We’re jumping into day 2 of Pro Bono Week 2021! Pro Bono Week is a special time to celebrate the impact of pro bono service globally. The week allows us to recognize the commitment of the volunteers sharing their skills, as well as the social change organizations harnessing that talent to move their missions forward.
Every Pro Bono Week, Taproot challenges ourselves to find new and innovative ways to get nonprofits the support they need, for free. So we’re celebrating a little differently this year. With your help—we’re striving to double our community’s average weekly impact by forging 100+ pro bono connections during the week of October 24-30.
Get involved for Pro Bono Week 2021 and volunteer your skills! Every day during Pro Bono Week, we’ll highlight Projects on Taproot Plus where you can volunteer your skills. Not only will you help us reach our goal of supporting 100 nonprofits through pro bono, but you’ll share your much-needed expertise with a social change organization
Check out these open business strategy Projects you can apply to right now:
- The Old Lyme Land Trust is a nonprofit dedicated to conserving Old Lyme’s resources. They are looking for a strategic planning facilitator to guide them in implementing new visions and projects! Give back here.
- Retro Format Silent Film is looking for a skilled volunteer to discuss goals and create a new strategic plan. Support this organization’s mission of promoting education and enthusiasm about the art of silent film. Partner with them.
- SAFE Food Pantry is dedicated in providing allergy-friendly food to residents of Howard County, Maryland. They want to know how to expand their brand and increase donors and volunteers. Have a quick 1-hour chat and share your expertise!
- The Salt and Light Collaborative wants a volunteer to support them in developing a strategic plan. Sign up for a 1-hour session on Taproot Plus. This group builds up people and communities, and backs up faith-based organizations.
- Long Beach Day Nursery provides high quality early care and education to working parents of young children. They’re looking for a skilled volunteer to tell them how best to distribute administrative office space within their historic building. Support this nonprofit.