do it pro bono

Taproot+ is the best way for nonprofits to find pro bono help and for skilled volunteers to provide it

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Design

Design for visual identity for Child Care Resource & Referral

We decided to use pro bono service because we had grown beyond our "state" funded core services and were all over the place. CCR&R needed a brand and messaging for our constituency; we required professional advice but, as a nonprofit, did not have the funds to pursue it. Taproot helped bridge that gap by connecting us with highly skilled volunteers who produced professional-level, usable end results.

Our organization received a Taproot Service Grant in 2016 and adopted a full branding and messaging plan with recommendations from our skilled volunteers that we implemented through a separate Taproot+ project. Participation in one pro bono service seems to lead to another! We continue to have plans to reach out for more pro bono. It has become an increasing part of our budget.

How it works

For nonprofits

For skilled volunteers

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Post a project

Tell us about your need and we'll help you get the word out.

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Tell us about yourself

Let us know your professional skills

Browse projects

Explore projects from nonprofits that need your skills and match your interests.

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Apply

Reach out with your availability and let the nonprofit know why you’re interested in helping.

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Interview

We'll schedule a call between the nonprofit and volunteer. If the nonprofit gives the green light, the project moves ahead!

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Get started

We'll send you project planning resources, such as a scoping document and template for setting a timeline. Most projects can be done remotely, and everything is free.

This infographic was a Taproot+ project completed by Adelya Tumasyeva

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