Pro Bono

Pro Bono


Given our exclusive focus in healthcare, we also feel proud in playing our part in helping to advance innovative medicines through clinical and commercial development. We felt we had reached a point where can make more tangible contributions in giving back to the community.

Beyond financial contributions, we feel the most effective way we can give back is 'to do what we do best', which is to contribute our time and services to organizations that are playing an active role in helping people who suffer from various healthcare conditions.


The pro bono arm of our business was started in 2016 and focuses on establishing partnerships with non-profit organizations who can benefit from our services.

We have successfully completed 3 pro-bono engagements to date and have established a pro-bono steering committee that is focused on establishing connections to various non-profit organizations for which we can support and provide our consultative services in the future.

Our First Pro-Bono Engagement

Our first pro-bono engagement was with a non- profit organization called Solving Kids’ Cancer, which focuses on advancing research and product development in pediatric oncology.

Solving Kids’ Cancer focuses on aggressive childhood cancers with low survival rates. Over the past eight years, SKC has brought over 20 promising drugs into clinical trials that might not have otherwise been fast tracked.


We are now looking to expand our pro-bono efforts and have recently established connections with other non-profits such as the Parkinson’s Foundation and Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation.

Case Studies

Case Studies

High risk pediatric brain tumor unmet needs research

Project Completed: November 2016

New Approaches to Neuroblastoma Therapy (NANT) Organizational Assessment

Project Completed: June 2018

Parkinson’s Disease Unmet Needs Assessment

Project Completed: October 2019

How to get involved

How to get involved

Pro Bono Committee

A small group of employees that includes a partner and high-performing, passionate consultants and associates (membership is re-assessed annually).

Responsible for continuous, sustainable pro-bono effort via the following:

Researching new opportunities

Establishing relationships with organizations

Maintaining current non-profit relationships

Working with staffing to assign pro bono project teams

Project Teams

Teams of two to three individuals who express interest in working on pro bono projects and gaining exposure to the healthcare non-profit sector.

Responsibilities include the following:

Leading pro bono project execution and management

Building materials, executing research, analysis and report development

Final presentation and follow ups with non-profit partner