Margaret Mae Dunham

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Everyone Has a Story

Every person, place, and thing has a story to tell. It's been my pleasure to help international brands, publishers, nonprofits, and info-tainment sites tell stories to delight and motivate their readers. Samples of my work are organized by subject/client in the tabs above. Please feel free to contact me directly for more samples or to ask any questions!

Three Key Takeaways from ’s Annual Corporate Day

This year’s annual U.S. Pro Bono Summit Corporate Day moved to the digital space, where leaders from across sectors gathered to reflect on the challenges of 2020 and the ways in which pro bono can help in response. For many, those challenges shed light on opportunities they were able to embrace—opportunities to learn, improve, grow, and expand the reach and impact of their service. Our conversations throughout the day covered topics from high-level visions for the future to small tweaks in impl

Women in the Workforce: Together We Bake's Recipe for Success

Workforce development nonprofits make sure that those with barriers to employment get the training and services they need to find jobs, build careers, and thrive in their communities. But where do these organizations go when they need resources to achieve those goals? Pro bono is a fantastic option! Over the last few months, we’ve been featuring workforce development nonprofits that use pro bono service to build their capacity and empower their clients. Recently we spoke with Stephanie Wright,

Building Nonprofit Capacity and Resiliency During COVID-19

This post originally appeared on the Taproot Foundation blog. COVID-19 has changed everything about our daily lives. People are keeping their distance. Businesses have had to completely shift their way of doing business or closed entirely. Organizations everywhere are feeling the strain of multiple crises affecting their communities. And the social sector as a whole is looking for clear action steps for bouncing back and building nonprofit resiliency.

How Per Scholas Uses Pro Bono to Make a Difference

Building a robust workforce is essential for healthy, strong communities—workforce development nonprofits provide training and services so jobseekers can find careers and thrive. This year we’re featuring workforce development nonprofits that are using pro bono to strengthen their teams and build communities that work. We’ve also just released a downloadable guide specifically designed for workforce development nonprofits getting started with capacity building! Recently we spoke with Damien Ho

How To Host A Luxury Swap Party & Fuel Your Retail Craving For Free

The humble swap party: a gathering of friends to trade clothing items and accessories you don’t wear for potential treasures in someone else’s “to be donated” pile. These have gained popularity recently, and I couldn’t be happier. Swap parties combine some of the best things on earth: time with friends, snacks, the chance to give away what doesn’t “spark joy,” exciting treasure-hunting opportunities, and doing it all in an eco- and wallet-friendly way. Setting expectations is a key part of your
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