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Pro Bono Projects

In an effort to give a bit back I have committed to work on three pro bono projects each financial year.  These are projects that I am passionate about or that are so interesting that I have to be involved.

When I am working on a pro bono project I like to be clear about what I am offering to do so as to avoid any disappointment or frustration on either parties behalf.

The conditions that I set around pro bono projects:

  • I will commit up to 150 hours across all three projects, typically this is 50 hours per project.
  • My advice and expertise are free.
  • I will pass on at cost any items where I have to make a financial outlay.
  • There will be an agreement of support that outlines what I will do and by when. This keeps me accountable and allows you to plan.
  • I ask for a small public acknowledgement for the support that I provide and a link back to my website from yours.
  • If the project will take up more time than I can allocate then I offer a low bono rate which is a significant discount on my hourly rate for work over the agreed allotment of pro bono hours.

If you have a project that you would like me to consider as one of my pro bono projects for the 2020/2021 financial year, then please complete the form below.

2019/2020 Pro Bono Projects

Albany International Folk'n Shanty Festival

Albany International Folk'n Shanty Festival

A free festival that celebrates international maritime folk music and history. The festival also recognises the huge health benefits of singing and raises money for Albany Community Hospice and The Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation.
The Food for Thought Festival

The Food for Thought Festival

By celebrating and showcasing local food in a fun and educational way, the Food For Thought Festival promotes sustainable, healthy, vibrant and democratic food systems in the Great Southern and supports the development and strengthening of fair food networks across Australia and internationally.
Australian Regional Tourism Network

Australian Regional Tourism Network

Australian Regional Tourism (ART) is the peak national body representing regional tourism practitioners. ART acts as a hub for collaboration, cooperation, ideas generation, knowledge sharing, networking and so much more.

Low Bono Rates

If you are a not for profit organisation or registered charity then I offer a low bono rate that is a significant discount on my standard hourly rate.  If you would like to find out if I am able to take on your project at a low bono rate then please complete the form below.