Taproot Foundation hosts a webinar on April 1 exploring how companies can continue delivering their pro bono programs virtually
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We’re facing unprecedented challenges globally as we confront the coronavirus, and we’re leaning on the social sector to continue providing services that our communities need. Even though in-person employee engagement programming at companies is uncertain right now, we’re hearing from so many that they want to step up and support their nonprofit beneficiaries through these harrowing times.
In this webinar, Taproot Foundation will guide practitioners through virtual pro bono programming and why it’s so critical in our current climate. We’ll cover:
How your team can share the expertise and services nonprofits need
Companies are asking us what nonprofits need right now and how pro bono can help. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most pervasive urgent organizational needs nonprofits are confronting across the sector due to the COVID-19 crisis, and real-life examples of the types of pro bono support that can make a real difference.
In the last 18 years, Taproot has transformed the way nonprofits access critical pro bono resources
NEW YORK, December 5, 2019 /3BL Media/ -Taproot Foundation announces today a significant milestone for the organization—surpassing $200 million worth of pro bono services provided to the social sector through its programs. These services are available to nonprofits and social good organizations around the world, free of charge.
Taproot Foundation and VMware Foundation dig into how tech pro bono can transform the way nonprofits serve their communities
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Technology is a valuable tool for nonprofits. It can fundamentally transform the way they serve their community. But when organizations are short on time, budget, staff, and resources, figuring out how to tackle a tech-related project can feel impossible. Pro bono can help.
A Business of Giving Podcast with Taproot's President & CEO Lindsay Firestone Gruber
This week's Business of Giving features Lindsay Firestone Gruber, president & CEO of the Taproot Foundation. The organization, founded in 2001, helps nonprofits maximize volunteer hours through its pro bono professional services. These services, such as human resources, technology, marketing, strategic planning directly sustain an organization’s infrastructure and leadership.
“Good intentions always bring people together from a pro bono standpoint, but it’s intentionality that ensures that pro bono can be effective for everyone involved," she says.