We are a community of 21st Century Career Changers and budding entrepreneurs who connect over the power of free work. Do Free Work is a philosophy as much as it is a solution. We believe that people are capable of more than their static cv, Linkedin profile or recent performance reviews show. We want to help shine a light on the human potential; to help bring great people together for shared learning and for growth. Do Free Work is a platform that connects career-changers to young startups, to share skills, knowledge and create an arena within which to experiment bravely. Free work means helping a company you admire, solve a problem you care about, whilst learning new skills and building a portfolio of meaningful work.

 

 

For startups.

Apply to join the Not Yet Funded Club; a group of pre-vetted early-stage founders and their businesses who need help getting their company moving. As a self-financed founder, you will gain access to a community of people willing and able to help.

For Career-Changers.

Get the exposure, support and experience you need in new areas that will help you on the path to a new career. Complete free work projects for startups, learn new skills and connect with like-minded business professionals.

For Skilled Professionals.

Whether you want to change career or just want exposure to a startup, we can help. If you have certain skills or interests that would benefit a younger company or early-stage entrepreneur, you can become one of our Advisors. Share your knowledge. 

Inside Do Free Work. 

  1. Community: We have a community of pre-vetted startups that are not yet funded and are often pre-revenue. They are looking for motivated self-starters to help their business grow to the next level. 
  2. The Forum: We connect our founders to our motivated and ambitious career-changers who are looking to learn new skills and develop a portfolio of work.
  3. Skill-sharing: We hold seminars and workshops (for free) run by nominated community members to swap skills and accelerate growth. From marketing on a budget and social media hacks to Wordpress integrations and startup finance.
  4. Advisory Board: We have a council of 'elders'; experienced members who know a thing or two about business and want to share their knowledge.