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.
Our Q4 meeting offers three presentations on enhanced interfaces to SAS by Amy Peters, Principal Product Manager for BASE SAS. Come learn what’s going on with the SAS interfaces you know (or not) and love (or not!).
Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) is pleased to invite funders to a Roundtable session about underwriting initiatives to enable nonprofit organizations to build the capacity to do evaluation.
In honor of Human Rights Day on December 10th, join us in Boston’s NonProfit Center to celebrate this year’s Write For Rights! Write for justice as you enjoy provided lunch and a community space, shared with over a hundred different non-profit organizations.
Writing an effective grant is all about connecting the dots: what is the funder seeking and how do I demonstrate my organization’s link to their specific interests? Learn to write a compelling and competitive grant in this lively and fun introduction to nonprofit grant writing. 
This session will introduce practices that leverage the qualities of self-observation and self-adjustment to allow individuals to negotiate complex challenges with focus, clarity, creativity and perspective.
How do organizations create an environment where people feel they can actively participate, where their contributions are respected and valued? This workshop is about taking that next step toward moving beyond the individualism of diversity to the systemic and cultural change needed to build inclusive 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.
This innovative and highly participatory workshop offers organizations a suite of tools that support the success of their staff while simultaneously exceeding their client’s expectations. Using the main principles of improvisational and traditional theater—presentation, positivity, and “making offers”—you can build a robust customer service program that directly integrates into the core mission of your organization.