Insights

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

Nov 23 2020 | Jillian Jennet, TSNE
Like so many other buildings in Massachusetts, the NonProfit Center was forced to close in early March as the first wave of COVID-19 swept across the state. TSNE, as the owner/operator and a tenant of the building knew how important it was to immediately... → More
Aug 26 2020 | TSNE
Photo of the tenants at 93-99 Bishop Allen Drive in front of the building's brick facadeTSNE is excited to share our latest collaboration with the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority, taking on the role of property manager for the historic 93-99 Bishop Allen Drive in Central Square. Under the CRA’s ownership, the building will continue its decades... → More
Categories: Workplace Culture
Aug 10 2020 | TSNE
In partnership with the Boston Foundation and the Hyams Foundation, TSNE is offering technical assistance to nonprofits seeking funds through the CARES Act’s Paycheck Protection Program, and for human resources issues related to COVID-19. → More
Jul 23 2020 | Ning Jun Yuan, TSNE
A coalition of public, private, and nonprofit representatives working for better racial equity and mental health in Massachusetts. → More
Jul 06 2020 | TSNE
This page provides an overview of the CARES Act loans available to nonprofits, a step-by-step guide to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program, and clarifications on the PPP loan application itself. → More
Jun 17 2020 | TSNE
Congratulations! You’ve received your Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan…but what should you be doing with the funds and how should you be documenting what you are doing to maximize the amount that can be forgiven under the law? → More
Jun 02 2020 | Elaine Ng, CEO
Read TSNE's statement on police brutality, dehumanization of Black, Brown, and other people of color, and the need for nonprofits to come together to dismantle the racist systems of oppression. → More
Categories: Social Justice
May 28 2020 | TSNE's Human Resources Team
As cities and states across the country begin lifting stay-at-home restrictions, organizations are left to create policies and procedures for reopening their office spaces in a safe and responsible way. TSNE’s Director of Human Resources, Luzdy Rivera, has... → 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

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