The ProZ Pro Bono Newsletter

The ProZ Pro Bono Newsletter

What is ProZ Pro Bono?

Maybe you've heard of the ProZ Pro Bono project, which offers free translations to non-profits in a variety of sectors globally, from refugee support to the environment, and from women's rights to child protection. The website is at and all are welcome to visit.

The project is only 15 months old, but already we've chalked up 3 million words, with 50 clients ranging from local associations to global charities like the IRC or Give Directly, with hundreds of volunteers offering their time and skills in over 75 languages.

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The Program Newsletter

Each week we publish a newsletter, and from now on we'll be linking to it in a weekly digest from here at the blog. In this week's issue, we have news of an innovative new platform we're using, thoughts on the relationship between translators and revisers, some musing on the role of volunteers in the 21st century, and on the roles played by those we serve, and good news about a Palestinian volunteer. 

You can see the entire archive of newsletters here, but to start off with the latest issue, click the logo below...  

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Topics: pro bono, skills, volunteering, non-profits, global, making a difference

Andrew Morris

Written by Andrew Morris

Coordinator, ProZ Pro Bono

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