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Connecting Nonprofits With Pro Bono Help

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107,000 writers and graphic, web and industrial designers from 195 countries



More than 1 million entries submitted for projects each year



Estimated value of Give Back projects completed: more than $20,000

As the photojournalists' organization In Our Own Backyard made plans to launch AmericanPoverty.org, co-founder Steve Liss knew the project would require an attention-getting logo. Since the nonprofit group had limited financial resources for the photography project, Liss turned to the Give Back program from Chicago-based crowdSpring, an online marketplace that helps companies hire creatives, to get some pro bono assistance.

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