What we’re thinking and learning about right now and the news and issues that matter to nonprofits.
Oct 23 2019 | Lori Manzelli
Anyone who has worked in the nonprofit field has been asked, “How can we do more with less?” It’s a frustrating question with an impossible answer. Wouldn’t the better question be, “How can we do more with what we already have?” This was the focus of the... → More
Jun 06 2019 | Lori Manzelli
Kendall Square welcomed its newest addition on Wednesday, June 5, with the grand opening of The Link. A partnership between the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority (CRA), Boston Properties (BXP), and TSNE MissionWorks (TSNE), The Link is a coworking, training,... → More
Apr 22 2019 | Lori Manzelli
The Mattapan Food and Fitness Collaborative was formed after Vivien Morris, then working at Boston Medical Center as a pediatric dietician, conducted a study on the cost of a healthy diet in her home neighborhood of Mattapan → More
Mar 22 2019 | Lori Manzelli
On March 1, TSNE MissionWorks welcomed the Alliance for Nonprofit Management as our newest fiscally sponsored project. → More
May 05 2015 | By Roberta Rosenberg, M.Ed.
Forty years of experience have given me lots to think about the challenges facing the nonprofit sector today. During my career, I worked for five nonprofits in the fields of developmental disabilities, aging, and domestic violence; negotiated service delivery... → More
Feb 13 2014 | By Jackie Cefola
There are over 1.6 million tax-exempt organizations in the United States, and the majority operate with budgets under $100,000. These are very lean and efficient operations under stress due to increasing demand for services and continuing financial volatility. → More
Feb 15 2013 | by TSNE MissionWorks
In these days of economic turbulence, the pressure is on to collaborate, form strategic alliances and even merge. Sadly, nonprofits either are not afforded the time to evaluate all options possible or to explore in an unhurried and deliberate way the pros and... → More