Strategies to Achieve Social Impact
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At TCC Group, we are passionate about helping the social sector achieve greater impact. Since 1980, we have developed strategies and programs that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of foundations, nonprofits, corporate community involvement programs, and government agencies. From offices in New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, we work with diverse clients – from large funders and nonprofits to smaller organizations that want to tap our knowledge to determine pragmatic ways to solve everyday problems.

Our consulting staff are excellent strategists, program developers, capacity builders, and evaluators. We have wide-ranging expertise and on-the-ground experience in fields such as education, arts and culture, community and economic development, human services, environmental conservation, and health care. We are critical thinkers, effective communicators, and skilled facilitators.

TCC Group is known for innovation and rigor. We offer hands-on support designing and implementing solutions that combine objectivity with enthusiasm, direction with responsiveness, and discipline with flexibility. Our unique strength lies in the ability to leverage knowledge from our complementary practices, which build on and inform one another. This holistic view informs every project, as we help clients devise strategies, implement plans, evaluate progress and outcomes, and make ongoing improvements.

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One Size Does Not Fit All: Program Management Software Solutions
One Size Does Not Fit All: Program Management Software Solutions

As today’s leading companies launch and expand corporate citizenship programs, they continue to seek greater social and environmental impact. While they operate at various levels of scale, they all face critical challenges around tracking and reporting data, operational inefficiencies, and nonprofit relations. When it comes to researching and selecting a software solution, what service areas exist and what questions should be asked? TCC’s James Gaynor sheds some light on the ever-changing technology options, and how clients develop customized criteria to make the best decision.

10 Critical Questions A Smart Impact Investor Should Ask (And Be Able to Answer)
10 Critical Questions A Smart Impact Investor Should Ask (And Be Able to Answer)

With the rhetoric around impact investing reaching new heights, foundations and nonprofits would do well to keep the following in mind: Similar to grants, or different forms of non-grantmaking support, impact investing is but one tool in the social impact toolbox. Senior Consultant, Marieke Spence, shares ten critical questions a foundation should ask during the planning and investing process.

Why Democratic Grantmaking Cuts Across Party Lines
Why Democratic Grantmaking Cuts Across Party Lines

TCC’s Ashley Blanchard shares how the Hill-Snowden Foundation, for which she serves as a trustee, has made lasting impact in social justice philanthropy by seeing the work firsthand.

4 Predictions for the Future of the Nonprofit Sector
4 Predictions for the Future of the Nonprofit Sector

How will the nonprofit sector evolve? What will change and what will stay the same?TCC Group President and CEO, Richard Mittenthal, shares his four predictions about the future of the nonprofit sector.

From “Good” to “Great” (or Better Yet, Impactful)
From “Good” to “Great” (or Better Yet, Impactful)

Does a “good board” really a strong organization make?

Fixing your board…that’s what many of us in leadership positions in the nonprofit sector believe it takes to improve our organizational impact. But how much does developing and educating your board really improve the way your organization does its work?

Certified B Corporation

TCC Group is pleased to be a Certified B Corporation, recognized for work that meets higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. We are passionate about helping the social sector achieve greater impact.

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What are your strengths? Where should you focus your capacity-building efforts? The CCAT can help. Used by more than 3,000 nonprofits, TCC's Core Capacity Assessment Tool (CCAT) is a rigorous, research-based, and affordable way to help organizations measure effectiveness and prioritize capacity-building needs. Visit tccCCAT.com to learn more.


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