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May 21 2021 | TSNE
We studied the emerging practices of fiscal sponsors around the country and created six recommendations that reimagine fiscal sponsorship as a means to provide the critical foundational supports that grassroots groups need. → More
May 12 2020 | TSNE
When the COVID-19 crisis hit, one of the first steps TSNE took was to create an emergency response team. This team was responsible for tackling COVID-specific policies, procedures, and communications during the course of the crisis. By creating this team, we... → More
Weathering COVID-19’s Disruptions Across the Sector: How Nonprofit Leaders Are Managing This Experience
May 12 2020 | TSNE's Consulting Team
We are all grappling with the challenges that COVID-19 has brought in different ways — drawing on different resources, perspectives, and values to make the choices that feel right for our organizations. TSNE spoke with three leaders from across the nonprofit... → More
May 21 2018 | Patrick Cutrona
Philanthropy takes a look at what’s next at 2018 GEO Conference → More
Apr 02 2018 | Ning Jun Yuan
Building Movement Project releases their Massachusetts report on the nonprofit racial leadership gap. → More
Dec 07 2017 | Josh Sattely, Esq.
Don’t ring in the New Year before you take a few quick steps to ensure there is no lapse in your safeharbor protections provided by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. → More
Feb 13 2014 | By Deborah Linnell
How a board handles a leadership transition can have powerful and long-lasting effects. This article discusses how the board’s handling of this pivotal moment can result in long-lasting problems—and what your board can do to get it right. → More