Does your nonprofit know how to find qualified volunteers?

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Does your nonprofit know how to find qualified volunteers?

Thursday, June 9, at 1 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. CT / 11 a.m. MT / 10 a.m. PT

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Your organization does an amazing job. We want to help you get the support you need for FREE!

Team up with volunteers skilled in marketing, strategy, finance, data, HR, technology and more to help your nonprofit do good for years to come. We’ll share tips in this free one-hour webinar that’s perfect for nonprofits new to the Taproot community!

During their one-hour webinar on Thursday, June 9 at 1 p.m. ET, Taproot will cover everything you need to know about working with trained volunteersincluding:

  • What kinds of common nonprofit challenges can be overcome with the support of volunteers
  • Best practices to keep in mind when designing and managing your own project with a trained volunteer
  • Where you can easily connect with virtual volunteers for help in areas like social media, accounting, web design, and more.

Register now to participate in this free webinar on how to connect with qualified volunteers— and bring a friend! We appreciate your support in letting us know that this webinar and all of Taproot’s programs for social change organizations are completely free.

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Thursday, June 9 at 1 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. CT / 10 a.m. PT

Nowadays, Taproot Foundation connected more than 10,000 nonprofit organizations with skilled volunteer support totaling $260 million in vital resources.

Access to this webinar and the Taproot Plus Volunteer Platform are completely free for nonprofits, public schools, and social good organizations in the US, UK, EU, Canada, and India. Some Taproot Plus services are also available to US-based small businesses

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The Taproot Foundation is the pro bono service provider for the nonprofit sector. It works to engage the nation’s millions of professionals in pro bono service, building the infrastructure of organizations we rely on to strengthen and support our communities. Their pro bono model leverages best practices from leading professional services firms to deliver reliable and quality marketing, human resources and technology services using company employees. Since 2002, the Taproot Foundation has recruited more than 3,500 business professionals to award more than $12 million in pro bono services to nonprofits in New York, Chicago, and the San Bay Area. Francis.

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