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Do it Pro Bono with the Taproot Foundation

Taproot FoundationCalling all professionals in the Washington, DC area who work in marketing, creative services, strategy management, human resources, and information technology!

Are you interested in ways that you can give back to your local community? What if the added benefits of contributing to a great cause were the ability to network, grow professionally, and boost your resume and portfolio? Consider becoming a Taproot Foundation volunteer! Today our nation is dependent on our nonprofit sector to provide critically needed services to meet our growing social, environmental, health, cultural, and economic challenges. Your skills can help a nonprofit increase its impact.

What is the Taproot Foundation?

The Taproot Foundation is a volunteer organization that builds teams of marketing and creative services, strategy management, human resources, and information technology professionals to work on projects for local nonprofits. Taproot volunteers have the opportunity to work with a nonprofit specializing in one of the following issue areas:

  • Education
  • Health
  • Environment
  • Social Services
  • Arts

I’m excited to announce that recently I became a pro bono graphic design consultant for the Taproot Foundation of Washington, DC. Less than a week after being sworn in, I was staffed to my first project—a basic web design for a nonprofit that provides maternal and child care for immigrants in Washington, DC. Over the next few months I will work closely with a team of marketing, writing, and web development professionals to complete this project.

To learn more about the Taproot Foundation, please visit their website. Taproot is seeking additional pro bono graphic design consultants in the Washington, DC area. This is a great opportunity for designers to support their community as well as improve their portfolios.

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