GUIDE: How To Apply Best Practices In Pro Bono Technology


Jul 26, 2017

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Download this pro bono technology guide to learn more about how companies can help bridge the technology divide in the nonprofit sector.


 

Overview

Download “Transforming Technology Pro Bono: A Practical Approach to Engaging Technology Talent for Nonprofit Capacity Building” from VMware Foundation and Taproot Foundation to learn best practices in structuring a corporate pro bono technology project or program with a nonprofit partner. Did you know the median technology budget for nonprofits is less than 2% of each organization’s total operating budget, and nonprofits aren’t confident they have enough skilled staff or training to effectively use technology? This guide includes concepts, best practices, and assessments designed to help address this technology divide. Download the guide now.

Key Takeaways

In this guide, you’ll find:

  • A customer-centric approach to successfully engage in pro bono projects
  • Established best practices to identify and implement solutions to meet the needs of the nonprofit
  • Steps all companies, donors, and nonprofits can take to adopt and implement the Solutions Development Framework

Logistics

Length: 13 pages
Level: Advanced

This guide can be adopted by technology professionals, nonprofit staff, corporate engagement programs, and donors to help enable nonprofits with technology to run more efficiently, ultimately better serving their respective missions. Read the guide before undertaking a pro bono technology project and refer to it as needed for resources and advice throughout the project.

Download the guide now to learn about best practices in pro bono technology for nonprofits.

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