Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, many people have lost their jobs. You may be unemployed right now, or you may have completed your fellowship but have yet to return home due to travel restrictions and border closures. Rather than sitting at home feeling angry, upset, and unproductive, you can make the most of this season by helping.
When there is a lack of a crisis, it is one of the ideal moments to contribute. In this scenario, I don’t mean providing money. I’m talking about donating your time, talent, and talents.
The “pro bono”?
The term “pro bono” is derived from the Latin phrase “per bono publico,” which means “for the common good.” It generally refers to the providing of legal services for free or at a greatly reduced charge with no expectation of a commercial return in the legal setting.