Our Work

We strive to increase the affordability of our services to the organizations who need us the most, increase service to nonprofits that work with historically marginalized communities, and ensure that the organizations we support are committed to social justice.

Executive Search

We offer a personalized approach to executive search and transition with the resources and capacity of a larger institution. We’re dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion, not only in values, but in practice.

Our Annual Report

In our 2022 annual report, we unveiled our updated mission, vision, values, and goals, along with a new three-year strategic plan.

Research and Publications

We are commited to do the work across the nonprofit sector to build a more equitable society. Read our research and publications aimed towards creating change.

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Learn from voices across TSNE and the nonprofit sector about equity, nonprofit best practices, and more.

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About Us

We are a capacity building organization that partners with nonprofit organizations to provide the services, programs, and resources they need to support their communities and ultimately, create a more equitable society. 


Come work with us. Our office is located in the NonProfit Center at 89 South Street in downtown Boston. We value our nonprofit workforce by providing a comprehensive benefits package.

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As a fiscal sponsor, we are the employer of record for more than 50 organizations across the country. Find opportunities across the country.


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Dec 17, 2021 | Insights

Looking Back at 2021

It’s been a busy 2021 at TSNE! Here were some of our major projects for this year.

Group of Fiscal Sponsorship panelists

Asking How Fiscal Sponsorship Can Be Equitable
In May 2021, we released the result of our two-year Learning Lab project in a report created in partnership with the New York University Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools —  Reimagining Fiscal Sponsorship in Service of Equity.
The report contains two parts: four case studies on how fiscal sponsors are reimagining their services and delivery models to meet the needs of community groups that support marginalized communities, and recommendations for meeting the capacity building needs of these grassroots groups. Read our report and watch our panel of fiscal sponsors discuss how they are centering equity.


Executive Directors of Color in Boston

Pilot Cohort Learning Program to Support Executive Directors of Color
We have seen the importance of community-based organizations in our country’s response to COVID-19. In order to support the capacity building and leadership development needs of these nonprofits, TSNE partnered with the Barr Foundation, The Boston Foundation, the Hyams Foundation, and The Klarman Family Foundation to launch the pilot of a unique cohort-led learning program in January 2021. Meet the 22 leaders in the pilot.


Diversity, Equity, Inclusive, and Belonging Program for Consultants

Strengthening the Field of Nonprofit Consulting
In partnership with the Institute for Nonprofit Practice, we launched a new cohort learning program for nonprofit consultants to hone their skill and confidence in integrating a racial equity lens into their work with clients. The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging for Consultants program has already trained 2 cohorts, and we will open applications for the 2022 cohort soon.


Bishop Allen Drive

Supporting Nonprofit Spaces in the Greater Boston Area
Before, and during, this COVID pandemic, we are proud to support nonprofit spaces by providing affordable and professional property management services. TSNE owns and operates the NonProfit Center, and manages 6 properties in the Boston area including the offices of the Conservation Law Foundation, The Link in Kendall Square, the National Consumer Law Center, and the New England Board of Higher Education. In Cambridge, Massachusetts, we worked with the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority to renovate 99 Bishop Allen Drive for its long-time tenants. This $12 million project included new efficiency improvements, ADA-compliance upgrades, and needed repairs that had been delayed.