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

Oct 03 2023 | Ziqi Zhang, Grants and Finance Associate
While we are adapting to the new operating environment, the impacts of COVID on how organizations operate are still with us. During the shutdown, many nonprofits were affected by the limitation of activities, decrease in funding, and the dangers to the health... → More
Sep 27 2023 | River Ingham, Communications and Marketing Strategist
Honoring Hispanic culture through storytelling and celebration of culture, history and present-day pride is a special way to acknowledge tradition. → More
Aug 14 2023 | Luzdy Rivera, MBA, Chief People and Culture Officer
We firmly believe in continuous growth and improvement and are always striving to move in the right direction to provide the best employee experience possible. Learn more about the employee experience at TSNE. → More
Aug 07 2023 | TSNE
In our 2022 annual report, we unveil our updated mission, vision, values, and goals, along with a new three-year strategic plan. → More
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Jul 31 2023 | Ning Jun Yuan, TSNE
Disability Pride Month flagHappy Disability Pride Month! This celebration was established in commemoration of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990. → More
Jul 18 2023 | Jake Barrows, Associate Director, Property Services
99 Bishop Allen DriveNestled in the heart of Central Square, Cambridge, MA stands 99 Bishop Allen Drive — a historic structure with a rich legacy. Originally comprised of four row homes built in 1855, this building has undergone remarkable transformations. → More
Jun 30 2023 | TSNE
TSNE is committed to supporting the development of LGBTQ+ leaders in the nonprofit sector as they work to address the pressing issues of our day. In celebration of Pride Month, we would like to share some of the leadership development resources for LGBTQ... → More
Jun 29 2023 | Elaine Ng, President and CEO
Today, in a 6-3 decision the Supreme Court ruled that universities cannot use race as a factor in the admissions process. This decision effectively rolls back affirmative action and decades of progress and educational opportunity for students of color. → More
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Jun 16 2023 | TSNE
"Freedom Quilt" created by Telfair, Jessie Bell Williams in 1975 (Source: Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture)Amidst the vast tapestry of historical events that have shaped the United States, there is a day that holds profound resonance within the Black community and carries immense significance for the nation as a whole. → More
Categories: Social Justice
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Jun 14 2023 | What's Next Program Team
We're thrilled to announce that applications are now open for the fall 2023 cohort of What's Next: Leading a Thriving Transition. → More