Welcome to the Helsinki branch!

“There are enough charities to solve the world’s problems. They just need a hand to reach their potential.” (Nat Ware-Founder & CEO of 180 Degrees Consulting)

180 Degrees Consulting is the world’s largest university-based consultancy. Many NGOs are doing great work but they lack of resources; in the other hand, students are looking for opportunities to learn and eager to help 180 Degrees Consulting exists to connect the two together.

The Helsinki branch was founded in 2017. Our mission is to help local NGOs or social enterprises in Finland maximise their social impact by providing high quality consulting services. We enable students to make a social or environmental impact when teaming up during our 10-week pro bono projects. They will work closely with our partners from different fields, broaden their horizon and professionalize their skills.

We believe that when NGOs and non-profits become more effective and efficient in what they do, they can reach out to even more people and achieve greater social impact.

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Runeberginkatu 14-16, Helsinki, Finland



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Sample of Consulting Projects

  • KIOS

    Area: Human rights
    Year: 2017

    Fundraising Model for Corporate Clients

    "I find our cooperation very useful and encouraging! Hopefully also the 180 Degrees team has learnt from the process. The recommendations and information, which you provided, were and are valuable. We really appreciate that you have worked on our practical challenges in terms of fundraising. It was also good to have opportunities to exchange views with you so many times. These interactions also functioned as a kind of coaching for us. By asking questions you also made us think about our own policies." KIOS Foundation
  • League of Finnish-American Society

    Area: Country friendship
    Year: 2017

    Practices For Engaging Young Generations in Finnish Branch Activities

    "To get fresh pair of eyes to evaluate the opportunities and threats we face. We also realized that we are already on the right track with our programs that we are developing. This gave us confirmation on the direction we are moving to." SAYL



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