ThriveWorking together in Trafford

Employee Volunteering & Pro Bono Bank

Employee volunteering is a great way to utilise the knowledge, skills and experience of professionals to benefit local communities and make a real difference. Thrive provides expertise in corporate social responsibility through innovative business volunteering opportunities with a local focus. Using expert knowledge of local need we can support you to maximise the positive impact of your business to create and capitalise on social value. For more information about employee volunteering contact Caroline Lewis,

Thrive Trafford already work with a wide range of businesses who donate time, skills and resources to local good causes. After Volunteers’ Week we wanted to encourage even more to get involved, so we launched the Trafford Pro Bono Bank!

The Thrive Pro Bono Bank is a pool of responsible professionals and business leaders with varied skills, knowledge and experience. The bank creates a network of responsible business professionals who work and live in Trafford, who can share their expertise with the voluntary sector- and each other.

Joining the Pro Bono Bank gives you access to a wide range of volunteering opportunities which:

The Bank provides an easy and flexible way to volunteer your time. Could you offer over-the-phone marketing advice to a social enterprise? Or run a financial planning session for the board of a charity?

If you would like to express an interest, or require further information please contact them through the website or by emailing with the subject line ‘Pro bono bank’.

For further information and to apply please click here

Click here for Frequently Answered Questions.

Alternatively, if you are a community or voluntary group looking for volunteering support from business volunteers, either for advice i.e. Marketing, Finance or legal advice etc, support for a community day i.e. cleaning up and area or getting an area ready for a fun day, then complete one of our Thrive Pro-Bono Bank – VCSE Group Application Forms