Let’s Talk Marketing Pro Bono


Wednesday, February 23, 2022


01:00 PM America/New York

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Your organization is doing amazing work. Let’s make sure that you’re able to tell the world about it!

You need great imagery to pull people into your mission, strategies for reaching folks on social media, and emails that engage community members. Instead of adding those tasks to your overflowing to-do list, bring in a skilled marketing volunteer who can fill in gaps in capacity while taking your communications efforts to new heights. 

During this one-hour webinar on Wednesday, February 23, we’ll cover everything you need to know about marketing pro bono: 

  •  Recommendations for projects whereyour team can get immediate volunteer support in areas like social media, PR, design, and more 
  • Best practices for managing marketing and communications volunteers 
  • A panel conversation with experienced marketing pro bono consultants

Register now to join this free webinar for nonprofits, public schools, and small businesses on how to use marketing pro bono—and bring a friend! We always appreciate your support in spreading the word that this webinar, and all of Taproot’s programs for social change organizations, is completely free 


Access to this webinar and the Taproot Plus pro bono platform are completely free of cost for nonprofits, public schools, and fiscally social good organizations in the US, UK, EU, Canada, and India. Select Taproot Plus services are also accessible to US-based small businesses. 


Taproot Foundation

The Taproot Foundation drives social change by leading, mobilizing, and engaging professionals in pro bono service. 

Kimberly Swartz

Senior Manager, Community Engagement
Taproot Foundation