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Is volunteering for you?


Yes, it is. The answer is that simple, because no matter who you are, you have the ability to make a difference in someone else’s life and – in the process – your own life as well. The key is ...

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Need Volunteers? Do you run a social enterprise? Look here


Do you run a social enterprise and are you looking for volunteers to help you out in your mission?  PledgeBack connects volunteers with social enterprises such as yours.  And all of this at no cost. Give us details of your ...

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Are you considering volunteering?

Do You Want to Volunteer

Have you ever thought about volunteering with a non profit organisation or with a path breaking social enterprise?

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Consultancy service offerings to Non Profit Organisations

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PledgeBack offers a range of consultancy services to non profit organisations.  Here’s an overview of our service areas.  Click on the image below to get in touch with us or write in to us at contactus@pledgeback.org .

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Our Core Service Offerings to Non Profit Organisations

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PledgeBack offers two core services to Non Profits across the world. Volunteer CONNECT and Social Responsibility CONNECT.  At present our Social Responsibility work is restricted to India. Click here to register with us and we will get in touch with ...

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Can customers drive CSR spending?


An interesting line to suggest how Companies in India should read the new Companies Bill, 2012 rules on CSR spending.  Customers should be aware of what Companies are doing and could potentially use this to select which manufacturer to buy ...

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Why taking from the rich and giving to the poor won’t always work


I stumbled upon this article on the internet.  While the article talks about Inequity, Initiative and Inclusive growth in the Philippines, I think it has an really interesting anecdote that might explain some of the pitfalls of a socialist system. ...

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The kind stranger symbolised new hope for me – Hyeonseo Lee


Very moving.  A story about Hyeonseo Lee’s escape from North Korea.  

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Dan Pallotta: The way we think about charity is dead wrong


Dan Pallotta has a good point on the use of funds by a charity and how money received can be invested to create more money to use for charity. An interesting point to note here would be – when does ...

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What do we do?

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Our mission is threefold.  We work with volunteers, social ventures/ voluntary organisations and corporations.

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