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Advocacy and Policy Resources

A complex political climate calls for a deeper understanding of the ways policy and advocacy can enact change. Read our newest reports and explore other resources developed through our partnerships with advocacy and community-building organizations—and their funders— that create maximum impact.

With a continuously evolving political climate, our recent work researching support of advocacy organizations has led us to new questions in our evaluation & learning work. Read more & share what questions have emerged for you!

Join us today from 1:00-2:00 PM EST for our webinar series with @RWJF, as we share our experiences developing and implementing approaches for leadership development evaluation that are responsive in an ever-changing environment. Register now!

We're still reflecting on @AEAamp #Eval22! 7 sessions, presentations with partners past & present, & sharing space with others from philanthropy, nonprofits, government, & business- we're walking away with exciting ideas to implement.

Read What Our Clients Are Saying:

``In the midst of the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and racial injustice, TCC Group is helping us take a step back and evaluate Project STEP's communications through the lens of our organizational values. Considering Project STEP's focus on building racial equity in classical music, we are grateful to have TCC Group's expertise and guidance that will help us to seize this important moment of awareness.``

Leigh Kelter, Director of Institutional Relations, Project STEP

“TCC Group’s experience in education, grantmaking, and coalition building—and, importantly, its commitment to social justice—have figured crucially in helping us move toward meaningful change.”

Kasia Malinowska, Director, Global Drug Policy Program, Open Society Foundations

“TCC Group understands the skills and strengths organizations need to be successful. They know that organizations are made up of leaders who need support and encouragement. Working with TCC, we’ve been able to provide dramatically improved services and learning opportunities to the Audubon network.”

David J. Ringer, Chief Network Officer, National Audubon Society