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May 13, 2011

Pro Bono Day at Grantspace

Legal services, accounting, marketing, public relations, business plans, fundraising, technology planning. Are these professional services that your nonprofit needs, but can't afford to pay for?

Find free or low-cost professional services to build your nonprofit's capacity from our series of three online live chats on Monday, May 23, 12pm-4pm ET. Our expert panelists come from organizations that provide free or low cost services to nonprofits, and they will answer your questions in law, financial management, and pro bono services in general.

Click on an event below to get more details and to register. All events are free.

Finding Pro Bono Professional Services 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Anne Diaz, Advisory Services Consultant for the Taproot Foundation, and Ruti Wajnberg, Community Manager for Catchafire, answer questions about how nonprofits can access free or low-cost professional services to build their organizational capacity.

Reasons NOT to Start a Nonprofit 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Attorneys Rachel Epps Spears and Robyn Miller of Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta will discuss why some motives aren't suitable for starting a nonprofit and suggest alternatives.

Staying Financially Solvent 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Kate Barr, Executive Director for Nonprofits Assistance Fund, and Norah McVeigh, Managing Director of Financial Services for Nonprofit Finance Fund, answer questions on how nonprofits can achieve good financial health.

Can't attend a live chat? No worries -- you'll be able to read the transcripts immediately after the event ends.

 

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Attorneys Rachel Epps Spears and Robyn Miller of Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta will discuss why some motives aren't suitable for starting a nonprofit and suggest alternatives.

Our expert panelists come from organizations that provide free or low cost services to nonprofits, and they will answer your questions in law, financial management, and pro bono services in general.

Nonprofits Assistance Fund, and Norah McVeigh, Managing Director of Financial Services for Nonprofit Finance Fund, answer questions on how nonprofits can achieve good financial health.

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