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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Website development

Website development (GoDaddy) for Coins for Change

Our experience with pro bono support through Taproot+ was excellent. We are a small foundation and completely consist of volunteer staff. Most of us were born in the days before Google and so we required major assistance in updating our website and updating our social media presence.We’re grateful that we were able to connect to the professional resources we needed in order to redo our website and implement a social media strategy to increase our reach and drive awareness of our efforts.Through pro bono, we not only accomplished our goal of developing our online presence, but we also ended up finding a person who is now a valued member of our organization.
I’d encourage others using skilled volunteers to keep in touch with your volunteer even after the project wraps. Our volunteer became such an important part of our organization during her time with us: she is now sponsoring one of our girls in Kenya!

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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