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What we’re thinking and learning about right now and the news and issues that matter to nonprofits.

Jun 25 2018 | TSNE MissionWorks
People at a deskWhat exactly do interim executive directors do, and how do you know when — and if — your nonprofit needs one? If you do need one, how do you choose the best one? → More
May 21 2018 | Patrick Cutrona
GEO Annual Conference 2018Philanthropy takes a look at what’s next at 2018 GEO Conference → More
Apr 05 2018 | Ning Jun Yuan
TSNE MissionWorks' 2018 fiscal sponsorship conference focused on nonprofit resilience. → More
Jan 12 2017 | Josh Sattely, Esq.
Josh Sattely, Esq., TSNE MissionWorksHow can the philanthropic sector best identify and support promising new initiatives? → More
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Dec 16 2016 | By Hez Norton
Succession planning brings to mind a leadership transition. Yes, it is true that people leave organizations, BUT succession planning is not solely about leadership transitions. → More
Oct 23 2014 | By TSNE MissionWorks Leadership Team
“Leadership, like a piece of cloth, is strongest when its different parts are woven closely together, when there is a seat for everybody at the table.” – Trina Jackson, Leadership Team Member → More
Feb 13 2014 | by TSNE MissionWorks
When Tracy Hewitt founded Resource Generation in 1998 to help wealthy young people reach out to the disadvantaged and promote social justice, she realized that her new group lacked the administrative capacity to support its programmatic efforts. So she... → More
Feb 13 2014 | By TSNE MissionWorks
Fiscal sponsors have traditionally been viewed as incubators of nonprofits, providing support to fledgling initiatives until they are ready to spread their wings as stand-alone, 501(c)(3) organizations. Although this is sometimes the case, research indicates... → More
Feb 13 2014 | By TSNE MissionWorks
On a bitter cold morning in 1981, a priest at the Immaculate Conception Church in Hartford found a homeless man frozen to death near the church steps. Vowing that such a tragedy would never happen again, parish priests opened the basement of the church to... → More

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