More than 600. That’s the amount of hours that Laura Argento has personally donated to serve nonprofits in the Bay Area.
Noting the importance of social services in the changing economic climate, Laura says, “we’re finding that nonprofit organizations can do many, many things to fill the gap in government or private services.” Therefore, pro bono work within the nonprofit sector is an exciting way to go and very attractive to skilled professionals. We want to make sure that we are able to contribute, but also that we can see the impact of our contributions. In particular, she says, Taproot has taken the concept of pro bono to a new level, “We say it’s because of professionals like Laura.