8 Ways Nonprofits Can Make the Most of Pro Bono AdviceMay 21, 2019
After more than a decade running the annual Morgan Stanley Strategy Challenge, the program’s director offers nonprofits some lessons for engaging with volunteer consultants.
Morgan Stanley is rooted in communities around the world—which means a unique opportunity to commit ourselves to philanthropy and public works.
For more than 50 years, the Morgan Stanley Foundation has supported healthy starts and solid educations for the children in our communities, and has continued to expand the reach of those initiatives globally for the past 20 years through the Morgan Stanley International Foundation.
Our employees are instrumental in carrying out the Firm’s mission of Giving Back. They have helped Morgan Stanley reach more than 1 million hours of service through the Firm’s dedicated Global Volunteer Month and additional volunteer efforts year-round. And, each year our employees come together and put forth their best thinking to help amplify the meaningful community impact of nonprofit partners through the Firm’s pro-bono Strategy Challenge initiative.
Millions of families are struggling to provide their sons and daughters with the basic building blocks of a healthy childhood. So we decided to help.
For more than 40 years, the Global Alliance for Children’s Health has focused on innovations in pediatric care—raising more than $125 million to deliver health care to underserved children.
With charitable funding, planning advice and hands-on volunteering, we’re helping Feeding America bring nutritious meals to children across the country.