If your nonprofit works along the food value chain, you know that trying to address the complex problems of hunger and food insecurity is as tough as it gets. It can be hard to figure out solutions to your unique capacity needs—and breaking down nuanced challenges into manageable chunks of work can feel like just one more task you don’t have time for. Pro bono can help.
Taproot Foundation teamed up with the Wallace Center to design Pro Bono + the Food Value Chain, a new tool that inspires nonprofits working within the food system to tap into pro bono support.
Finding pro bono on the food value chain
Pro Bono + the Food Value Chain takes a look at the needs of organizations working in the food system—from Food Production to Resource Recovery—and provides a framework to help translate organizational challenges into actionable pro bono projects. Whether you work in one category or across the value chain, here’s how you can use this tool:
- Identify a key challenge your organization wants to tackle.
- Use the example models and tools as inspiration for identifying your own project outlines or scopes.
- Identify the skills you need from skilled volunteers to successfully complete the projects.
Ready to tackle these challenges, build these models and programs, and draft these tools using skilled volunteers? Get started on Taproot+!
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