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Doing pro bono (”for the public good”) work has a variety of advantages, including the chance to do something good for someone else, network in your community (or in the online business and design community), possibly get a tax break, and build up your portfolio . Today, we’re taking a look at smart ways to do pro bono work, and later this week we’ll cover some ideas for pro bono design that go beyond a brochure or pamphlet. Image: Keattikorn / FreeDigitalPhotos.net