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WEBINAR // Taproot+ Live: Hands-on demo to connect you with skilled volunteers

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WEBINAR // Taproot+ Live: Hands-on demo to connect you with skilled volunteers

Time: January 24, 2018 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: Webinar
Event Type: pro, bono, consultant, help
Organized By: Jackie Downing
Latest Activity: Jan 22

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If you work at a nonprofit or NGO, you probably find yourself putting off projects and plans due to shortages in budget or in-house expertise. With the support of volunteers skilled in design, tech, fundraising, and more,  you can make those plans happen in 2018.

 

Join the Taproot Foundation’s webinar on Wednesday, January 24 for all the tools you need to get started on Taproot+, their cost-free online platform that connects nonprofits with skilled volunteers for short-term pro bono projects. During the event, Taproot staff will show you how to translate your challenges and plans into a clear volunteer request and guide you through posting your project.

Imagine what your nonprofit can accomplish in 2018 with the help of marketing, strategy, finance, HR, and tech experts. Register today and make it happen.

 

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