Help drive social change: Raise your hand to volunteer your skills with Taproot Foundation
Want to volunteer, but don’t necessarily want to paint a fence? Instead, drive social change with what you do best by donating your time and professional skills to nonprofits in need of your expertise. Thousands of nonprofits and skilled volunteers are connecting each day on the free online platform, Taproot+, for marketing, IT, HR, business strategy, finance projects and more.
WEBINAR // How to launch a successful crowdfunding campaign without a budget
September 7, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Is your nonprofit gearing up for #GivingTuesday? We get it, planning and executing a successful crowdfunding campaign for the holiday season can be daunting. That’s why Taproot and Bre DiGiammarino of Indiegogo have teamed up to bring you a free webinar that will teach you how to harness the expertise of marketing, graphic design, videography, and communications professionals who want to volunteer to help your cause.
Learn how to find and manage marketing, IT, HR, and finance experts for pro bono projects
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Thousands of nonprofits are using Taproot+ to find and manage skilled volunteers who help their organization with projects like: developing key messages, optimizing Salesforce, designing marketing collateral, updating HR policies, and much more.
At VolunteerMatch, we believe in harnessing the power of technology to make it easier for good people and good causes to connect. And we are not alone.
Like all successful nonprofits, we depend on the generosity and support of our community. Given our passion for technology, we are particularly grateful for opportunities to partner with the tech community to bring world-class solutions to the nonprofit sector.
Join VolunteerMatch and Taproot Foundation for a Free Webinar all About Engaging Your Employees in Skilled Volunteering
Are you looking for employee engagement opportunities that match your organization’s core competencies to community need? Do you want to energize your team with the right giving back? Do you hear buzzwords like “skilled volunteering” and “pro bono projects” and wish you could use them to jump-start your volunteer program?