What is Project Bono?

Our mission at Project Bono is to enhance the way legal systems and communities interrelate and connect people with resources that contribute toward building a safe, sustainable, and aware society.
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Court-Ordered Courses

We offer a comprehensive correctional education program to courts, schools, and employers, which is assigned to first and repeat offenders in order to educate them on the risks associated with harmful substances and behaviors. Our courses are authored using credible, evidence-based, peer-reviewed sources and are offered in a variety of time requirements. We cover topics such as Drugs & Alcohol Awareness, Cannabis Education, Minor in possession (MIP), Nicotine Prevention, Bullying Prevention, Anger Management, Theft Prevention, Truancy Prevention, and more.
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Project Bono is more than just an education program. We also believe in giving back to the communities that assign our courses. That's why we allocate 25% of enrollment proceeds to be donated towards 501(c)(3) non-profits across multiple charitable causes as well as reinvesting back into the communities that assign our programs. This can come in the form of contributions to underfunded schools, recovery programs, shelters from domestic violence, and any other ways that we can effectively enrich and serve communities.
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At Project Bono, we strive to make our courses accessible to everyone. We are committed to providing equal access to all participants, including those with reading or learning disabilities and visual impairments. Our courses are designed to be inclusive and accessible to everyone. We offer various forms of media, including videos, to accommodate different learning styles throughout our programs.

For participants who may require assistance with reading, our courses are compatible with devices that are capable of text-to-speech. This feature allows the text in our courses to be read aloud, making it easier for participants with reading or visual impairments to access our materials.

In addition, our website is designed to be compatible with many web browsers, and many of these browsers will automatically translate our site to your preferred language based on your device settings. This can be especially helpful for participant who speak a language other than English.

Our accessibility doesn't stop there. Project Bono is accessible to anyone with a web browser and a stable internet connection, whether you are using Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, or any other up-to-date web browser. Our website is designed to adjust to your device's screen size and resolution, enabling you to start a course on one device and seamlessly continue on another. With our user-friendly design, we ensure that anyone can access and benefit from our affordable and comprehensive correctional education program.

We accept alternative payment methods in addition to traditional ones such as credit, debit, and prepaid cards. Our participants can enroll in our programs through PayPal, Google Pay, Apple Pay, Venmo, and cryptocurrency wallets, providing a secure and easy payment options for participants without the need for a bank account.

We strive to make our courses accessible to all, regardless of their language, financial situation, or learning style.

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We are committed to growth and expanding our reach to have a greater impact on communities. By providing a comprehensive education to offenders and allocating a percent of proceeds for contribution, we aim to prevent recidivism, save valuable time and resources within the courts, benefit and enrich all members of the community, break or prevent incarceration cycles, and relieve burdens on taxpayers.
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