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Want to Build an In-House Pro Bono Program? Ask these 5 Key Questions Before You Begin - Free VolunteerMatch Webinar w/ Lindsay Firestone and Diana Fischer, Taproot Foundation, 6/28

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Webinar Topic: Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: Want to Build an In-House Pro Bono Program? Ask These 5 Key Questions Before You Begin

Speakers: Lindsay Firestone, Senior Consultant, and Diana Fischer, Consultant, Taproot Foundation, Advisory Services Practice

Date: Tuesday, 6/28, 2011

Time: 10AM-11AM PT / 1PM-2PM ET

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Webinar Topic: Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: Want to Build an In-House Pro Bono Program? Ask These 5 Key Questions Before You Begin

Speakers: Lindsay Firestone, Senior Consultant, and Diana Fischer, Consultant, Taproot Foundation, Advisory Services Practice

Date: Tuesday, 6/28, 2011

Time: 10AM-11AM PT / 1PM-2PM ET

Click here to register for the event

Deloitte Report Chronicles Journey to Fulfill $50 Million Pro Bono Commitment; Offers Key Insights and Reflections

“Community – It’s our businesss” marks organization’s pro bono milestone
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Community – it’s our business documents Deloitte’s pivotal decisions and key learnings on its journey to complete a $50 million pledge to Billion+ Change, a federal initiative to encourage American businesses to champion pro bono work.

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Community – it’s our business documents Deloitte’s pivotal decisions and key learnings on its journey to complete a $50 million pledge to Billion+ Change, a federal initiative to encourage American businesses to champion pro bono work.

Nonprofits should seek more corporate expertise, less cash - Dallas Business Journal

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Not-for-profit organizations should tap corporations' expertise rather than asking for cash to achieve their goals, a panel of corporate givers said during a discussion on probono work on Friday.

The recession and corporate belt-tightening have left big business with less cash for philanthropy, but they can help in other ways, said Blaine Nelson, managing partner for Deloitte LLP.

Deloitte Donates Pro Bono Services to Hundreds of Nonprofits Nationwide; Celebrates Fulfillment of Three-Year, $50 Million Pro Bono Commitment

Organization’s 12th annual IMPACT Day highlights long-term commitment to pro bono service
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) New York - June 10, 2011 - Today, against the backdrop of its 12th annual national day of volunteer service known as IMPACT Day,  Deloitte is celebrating the fulfillment of its three-year, $50 million pledge to Billion+ Change, a federal initiative to encourage American businesses to champion pro bono work

Corporate Philanthropy for 10-Year-Olds: An Interview With Deloitte's Evan Hochberg

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Taproot's Founder and President, Aaron Hurst sits down with Evan Hochberg, National Director of Community Involvement for Deloitte Services, to talk about the key differences between service in the private and public sectors, how to get buy-in for a pro bono program, and how to explain corporate philanthropy to a room of 10-year-olds.

Deloitte’s Documentary Film Series Showcases the Power of Skills-Based Volunteerism to Help Nonprofits Achieve Long-term Social Impact

Four Short Films Help Tell the Story About How Companies Can Have Greater Impact with a Unique Approach to Community Involvement
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Deloitte has released a powerful documentary film series, “Making A Difference…Differently,” that dramatically illustrates the impact that can be realized when people and companies contribute business skills to help nonprofit organizations achieve their goals. 

Each of the four short films, “Fellowship, Skills, Ready and Empower,” offers a compelling story of volunteers affecting social change through the contribution of business skills and acumen, to help a nonprofit organization deal with tough business issues. 

 

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Deloitte has released a powerful documentary film series, “Making A Difference…Differently,” that dramatically illustrates the impact that can be realized when people and companies contribute business skills to help nonprofit organizations achieve their goals. 

Each of the four short films, “Fellowship, Skills, Ready and Empower,” offers a compelling story of volunteers affecting social change through the contribution of business skills and acumen, to help a nonprofit organization deal with tough business issues. 

 

8 Proven Pro Bono Models for Community and Business Impact - Free VolunteerMatch Webinar with Carol Guttery of Taproot Foundation on 10/21

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Webinar Topic: Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: Finding The Sweet Spot - 8 Proven Pro Bono Models for Community and Business Impact

Speakers: Carol Guttery, Director of Program Development, Advisory Services, Taproot Foundation

Date: Thursday, 10/21, 2010

Time: 10AM-11AM PT / 1PM-2PM ET

Click here to register for the event

Press Release

Webinar Topic: Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: Finding The Sweet Spot - 8 Proven Pro Bono Models for Community and Business Impact

Speakers: Carol Guttery, Director of Program Development, Advisory Services, Taproot Foundation

Date: Thursday, 10/21, 2010

Time: 10AM-11AM PT / 1PM-2PM ET

Click here to register for the event

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