Ever wish you could provide your grantee with more than just your grant? You can!
Providing pro-bono services offers your grantees something just as valuable as grant money—expertise.
Communications strategy, information technology, leadership development, organization effectiveness—developing in-house expertise in any of these areas takes time and money. As many nonprofits don’t often have a surplus of either of those two resources, a pro-bono expert can provide much-needed services while also helping a nonprofit develop the skills needed to do the work themselves.
But where do foundations fit in?
I’m glad you asked because as part of the upcoming Pro-Bono Week, NCG is partnering with the Taproot Foundation to present a special program that will highlight how funders can complement their grantmaking with pro-bono services.
You should be there. Why?
Because you have more resources at your disposal than just grant money.
Because expertise is just as valuable as a grant.
Because complementing your grant with pro-bono services can increase the effectiveness of your work.
Learn more about and register for NCG’s October 21st program Beyond the Grant: Building Capacity of Your Nonprofit Grantees Through Pro-Bono Services.