Upcoming Events

Recharge, awaken and strengthen your true self. A holistic approach combining traditional asanas (postures), pranayamas (breathing techniques) and special meditations
Every Tuesday at the NonProfit Center! Reconnect to your body, mind and spirit with yoga—It’s the perfect way to end your work day! This class is designed for all levels of flexibility. Classes include meditation, breath and energy work. Beginners and seasoned yogis welcome.
Achieving robust collaboration between a gift officer and prospect researcher requires identifying and maximizing each department’s strengths and expertise, as well as bridging differences in communication and work flow.
Our next blood drive will take place on Wednesday, April 4 from 8:30am to 12:30pm. Reserve your time slot at our lobby front desk. Otherwise, please contact Eliot at emelo@tsne.org as a backup option.
Please join TANGO and their partner MFA - Moody, Famiglietti & Andronico for an informative overview of upcoming financial reporting and tax related issues on the horizon for nonprofit organizations.
Effective supervision contributes directly to mission effectiveness for your nonprofit. It is critical to maintaining a productive staff in the face of shifting and competing priorities. Strong supervision creates a culture of mutual respect in which employees and supervisors communicate regularly and clearly about job-related expectations, tasks and overall performance.
Join Class Action’s Executive Director Anne Phillips and digital content editor Denise Moorehead in an exploration of your own class background, that of others in your workplace, your funders and constituents. Then share strategies for working across class differences in your data and evaluation work to make the information collected useful for all stakeholders. 
Fundraising succeeds on knowing our donors well. This workshop emphasizes a donor-centered approach to strengthening a successful nonprofit development program.
We must have the hard conversations that shift the culture of organizations to develop racial justice and equity as core values. How can organizations make the commitments and investments to these internal changes, to be more aligned with outwardly stated goals of working for social change? This workshop invites leaders to develop practices that transform organizations into partners with the communities in which they work and serve.
This workshop will explore one of the fundamental roles of nonprofit leaders and managers—holding tensions in ways that are creative, constructive, and ultimately contribute to organizational growth and development.