The Financial Transparency Coalition is a program of Third Sector New England that brings together civil society organizations, researchers, and technical experts from around the world to collaborate on research and advocacy to strengthen oversight and reduce secrecy within the international financial system. The coalition seeks to close taxation, accounting, and other financial loopholes that facilitate illicit outflow of revenues from developing countries. This grant will enable the coalition to foster greater collaborations among its members; strengthen taxation and accounting norms, standards, and practices, notably automatic exchange of information and beneficial ownership transparency; and promote the adoption and implementation of these norms, standards, and practices at the country level. (Strategy: Transparency, Participation, and Accountability)
About the Grantee
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Grants to this Grantee
for general support of the Nonprofit Quarterly, a print magazine that aims to provide nonprofits with information regarding best management practices
for the What's Next: Leading a Thriving Transition project
TSNE MissionWorks, formerly Third Sector New England, provides capacity-building programs and services that strengthen nonprofit organizations and the communities they serve. It partners with foundations, service providers, nonprofits, and thought leaders in New England and across the county to deliver its programs. In response to a survey of the needs of nonprofit leaders, the organization started the What’s Next: Leading a Thriving Transition program in 2014 to help long-time leaders and their organizations prepare for effective leadership transitions. This grant will help support the continued delivery of the What’s Next program in California following a successful pilot year in 2017.