Taproot’s 8 Proven Models for Community and Business Impact.

February 18, 2011 at 12:16 pm Leave a comment

Are you enthusiastic about the possibility of offering pro bono services to your community, but unsure of how to go about it? Here are eight possible models, published by the Taproot Foundation, that could help you make the leap. You can download the full report, which describes the models using real world case studies, by clicking here.

Taproot is a fantastic organization that links professionals with socially-minded organizations in need; or, in their words, “Taproot is a nonprofit organization that makes business talent available to organizations working to improve society.” This is the kind of business that I hope (and expect) to see more of in the future.

February 18’s daily design idea is that pro bono services can be an extraordinary “vehicle for capacity building, sharing resources, and ultimately, social change.”

Want to read about other successful projects that hinged on pro bono professionals? I highly recommend The Power Of Pro Bono.

 

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