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Thank you for Committing Your Resources this year to Provide Pro Bono Support

Now, find organizations that need your talents and skills. Find the right pro bono project for you! You can get started today by checking out these opportunities:

Taproot FoundationThe Taproot Foundation

The Taproot Foundation engages business professionals in pro bono service that drives social change. They engage teams of five to work on larger-scale projects. Your skills on the salesforce.com platform are greatly needed. Apply today to volunteer. Taproot also manages a cohort of global service providers. So if you live outside of the US, check out their global network.  

community-corpsThe Community Corps by NPower

NPower Community Corps helps nonprofits build technology skills by harnessing the power of the tech community. Through the Community Corps, you can volunteer 5-10 hours to help a nonprofit better use Salesforce by providing staff training or conducting a system review. Register today.  

catchafireCatchafire.org

Catchafire is the world's largest skills-based volunteer marketplace. They are powered by a smart matching algorithm, and will make finding a skills-based volunteer opportunity easy for you. Join our community today - either as an individual or as a company.  

A Billion + ChangeA Billion + Change

Through A Billion + Change at Points of Light, companies large and small, are delivering $2 billion worth of pro bono and skills-based service to tackle today's most pressing challenges. Together, they are creating meaningful impact in communities across the country. Visit them today.  

SocialCoding4GoodSocialCoding4Good

SocialCoding4Good matches software industry professionals to technical volunteer and pro bono opportunities with nonprofit organizations building sustainable, open source solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. Visit them to learn more!  

HandsOn TechHandsOn Tech

HandsOn Tech is part of the Points of Light Foundation. Their mission is to develop the NPO sector’s effective use of technology to increase community resources and improve outcomes for low-income communities and families. HandsOn Tech recruits skilled volunteers to deliver training and pro bono technology services to local nonprofits. Click here to see if they have a program in your city.  

You can also set your LinkedIn profile to indicate that you are looking for pro bono opportunities and their “LinkedIn for Good” system will send you opportunities.