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Pro Bono Q&A: Pro Bono Professional Services for Nonprofits

May 23, 2011

Legal services, accounting, marketing, public relations, business plans, fundraising, technology. Are these professional services that your nonprofit needs, but can't afford to pay for?

These services may be available to your nonprofit below market cost, or even for free, from technical assistance providers, skilled volunteers, for-profit consulting firms, or other nonprofit organizations. Learn how to find and access pro bono services, many of which may be in your own backyard.

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Anne Diaz, Advisory Services Consultant for Taproot Foundation: Anne has focused her career on engaging people in meaningful service to help them tackle their community’s largest challenges. Taproot Foundation's mission is to lead, mobilize and engage professionals in pro bono service that drives social change.

Ruti Wajnberg

Ruti Wajnberg, Community Manager for Catchafire: Ruti is passionate about building mutually beneficial bridges between sectors. Catchafire's mission is to improve the quality of the volunteer experience by providing pro bono opportunities for skilled professionals. Read her full bio.