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What Does it Mean to Engage Tech Talent in Pro Bono?


It’s a hot topic in the Bay Area, and it feels like you can hardly cross the street without hearing about a tech company launching their 'For Good’ efforts. This is certainly an inspiring trend to watch happen - and for many, also leads to lots of questions. Who at these companies are doing ‘for good’ work and quite importantly, for whom?

About Helping Nonprofits Focus on their Social Missions

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Learn about, the corporate citizenship arm of NetSuite, and our commitment to nonprofits and social enterprises around the world through product donations and employee volunteer programs.

What You Need to Know to Make the Most of Corporate Pro Bono Opportunities at Your Nonprofit


A large company in your community wants to partner with your nonprofit. You’re excited – this partnership could pave the way for new funding, fill knowledge gaps at your organization, and raise your nonprofit’s profile in the community. The company loves your mission and wants to know how their employees can help. They have some ideas for volunteer service, and can articulate what they want their employees to get out of the experience – but they’ll look to you to define if and how their employees can meaningfully contribute to your mission. Are you ready?

2016 Outlook: Business and Purpose


In President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday, he called on business to be a force for good through the strong and fair treatment of employees.    

"This year I plan to lift up the many businesses who've figured out that doing right by their workers ends up being good for their shareholders, their customers and their communities, so that we can spread those best practices across America."

DC Metro Nonprofits Gain $150,000 in Pro Bono Services from Taproot Foundation and Project Management for Change on MLK Day

300 seasoned project managers and experts in strategic planning, marketing, IT, finance, and HR volunteer their skills to 100 DC Metro nonprofit organizations on the second annual Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS™) Pro Bono Lab.
Press Release

WASHINGTON, January 11, 2016 /3BL Media/ – On January 18th, as part of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service, Taproot Foundation and Project Management for Change will lead the second annual Project Management Day of Service Pro Bono Lab. This pro bono volunteer event will bring critical resources in strategic planning, marketing, IT, finance, and HR to local nonprofit organizations.

Employee Driven Giving and Service

by Danielle Holly

Building a strong talent pipeline has been the focus of corporate conversations since the industrial revolution.  Now, companies are recognizing that employees are not only their most critical business asset – they are their most strategic philanthropic asset.

CECP’s 2015 Giving in Numbers reported that Pro Bono and Paid Volunteer Time are the two most rapidly growing corporate programs. 

Dollars for Doers Program: What is it and Should You Invest?

Charities and Non-Profits Aren't the Only Beneficiaries Here...

A number of companies participate in a program that supports the giving of time by their employees commonly known as Dollars for Doers (D4D). There has been a lot of buzz in the marketplace of the value of this type of program and its benefits.

Is Your Nonprofit’s Pro Bono Muscle in Shape?

How nonprofit organizations go from not using pro bono service to regularly relying on the talents of experienced business professionals as a “go to” resource to support their missions.

To go from zero to four-day-per-week workouts is tough. Really tough. But once you have your thing, whether it’s lifting weights, walking, spinning, or kickboxing, after a while it gets easier. Eventually, your body, mind, and mood crave a workout. Most of us just do it because deep down we know it’s smart and worth it.

Maximizing Community Commitment: Prudential Employees Use Their Skills for Good to Benefit Newark Nonprofits

Prudential employees unleashed their professional expertise to diagnose the critical challenges facing nonprofits at a Taproot Foundation Pro Bono Week ScopeAthon.

Headquartered in Newark, NJ for more than 100 years, Prudential is a recognized leader for its commitment to the local community. No stranger to employee volunteerism, Prudential demonstrated its investment in helping the community thrive by partnering with Taproot Foundation to host a ScopeAthon to benefit Newark, NJ nonprofits.


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