The Social Good Impact of the PMI Community

PMImpact is a call to action for all changemakers to make their mark on the world by inspiring, demonstrating and enabling social good impact.

Changemakers, are individuals around the globe who wake up daily to figure out how to drive sustained change in their organizations and communities. They have enormous potential to do good by using their project management skills and are uniquely positioned to help address problems, resolve issues and meet needs around the globe. Changemakers make an impact by dedicating their skills, expertise and time to help their communities and advance social causes. By applying and inspiring leadership, vision, motivation and problem-solving skills, these individuals help others reach their goals.

PMI is rallying all changemakers to participate in our pledge to support the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals (UN 17 SDG) that are designed to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”. The time and service hours that PMI volunteers are committing to social good causes directly support the UN 17 SDGs.

So what are some of your ideas that would drive positive change in the world? And have you already made them your reality? If so, we ask you to share the impact you're making by submitting and SDG Pledge Form at the button and by sharing your PMImpact stories on your social media channels with the hashtag #PMImpact. By showing your social good impact, you will inspire countless others within our community to use their skills to drive the change they want to see and turn their ideas into a better reality for all.

PMI Volunteers Make an Impact on the World

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Elizabeth Dunn

Volunteer Initiative Elizabeth Dunn

Helping others makes us happier -- but it matters how we do it

Research shows that helping others makes us happier. But in her groundbreaking work on generosity and joy, social psychologist Elizabeth Dunn found that there's a catch: it matters how we help. Learn how we can make a greater impact -- and boost our own happiness along the way -- if we make one key shift in how we help others. "Let's stop thinking about giving as just this moral obligation and start thinking of it as a source of pleasure," Dunn says.

Brené Brown

Volunteer Initiative Brene Brown

The power of vulnerability

Brené Brown studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.

Gallery of our Volunteers in action

Man Volunteering - Packing Box

At LIVPM 2019 our volunteer leaders participated in service projects giving back to the community.

Volunteer Team High Five

Volunteers working in the kitchen to provide meals to people with serious illness during LIVPM 2019.

PMI Volunteer Team All Hands In

Coming together as a community to make a difference in the world.

PMI Fun Group

PMI staff and volunteers making an impact AND having fun!