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An interview with a leader of the pro bono movement --> Read More
Ten years ago, when Lindsay Firestone Gruber started Taproot's Advisory Services practice, the purpose was simple: to help nonprofits tackle their toughest challenges by connecting them to hard-to-reach corporate talent. A decade later, the landscape of corporate pro bono is thriving. Kim Gillman, National Director of Advisory Services, sat down with Lindsay Firestone Gruber, founder of Advisory Services and the current Chief Programs Officer, to reflect on the past decade and to explore what’s next for the field.
What a difference a decade makes --> Read more
The pro bono movement is moving fast. More and more companies are seeing the value of engaging their talent for good. Not only are nonprofits reporting that pro bono is improving their ability to deliver on their missions, companies are also seeing that effective pro bono programs are a powerful tool for engaging and developing their employees.
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