TCC Group

Benefit Consulting Firm

New York, New York

United States

About TCC Group

TCC Group is a management consulting firm that develops strategies, implements programs, and conducts evaluations that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of nonprofit organizations, philanthropies, and corporate citizenship programs. Founded in 1980, TCC Group works in local, national, and international settings and has offices in New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.

TCC Group is passionate about helping the social sector achieve greater impact. We believe that through our work, nonprofits, grantmakers, and corporate community involvement programs are better equipped to address society's most pressing needs. As a B Corp, we look to partner with others who share this mission.

The Change We Seek®

TCC Group is committed to helping our clients achieve social impact. 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. TCC consultants are critical thinkers, effective communicators, and skilled facilitators. By helping nonprofit organizations, philanthropies, and corporate community involvement programs devise strategies, implement plans, and evaluate progress, we continue to highlight the importance of the double bottom line - profits and social impact.

What makes us a better company?

B Impact Report

Certified since: 

July 2012

Company Score

Median Score*



The Environment section of the Assessment evaluates a company's environmental performance through its facilities; materials, resource, and energy use; and emissions. Where applicable, it also considers a company's transportation/distribution channels and environmental impact of its supply chain. This section also measures whether a company's products or services are designed to solve an environmental issue, including products that aid in the provision of renewable energy, conserve resources, reduce waste, promote land/wildlife conservation, prevent toxic/hazardous substance or pollution, or educate, measure, or consult to solve environmental problems.



The Worker section of the survey assesses the company's relationship with its workforce. This section measures how the company treats its workers through compensation, benefits, training, and ownership opportunities provided to workers. It also focuses on the overall work environment within the company through management/worker communication, job flexibility and corporate culture, and worker health and safety practices.



The Customers section of the Assessment measures the impact a company has on its customers. The section focuses on whether a company sells products or services that promote public benefit, and if those products/services are targeted towards serving underserved populations. Questions in this section will measure whether a company's product or service is designed to solve a social or environmental issue (e.g. improves health, preserves environment or creates economic opportunity to individuals or communities, promotes the arts/sciences, or increases the flow of capital to purpose-driven enterprises).



The Community section of the survey assesses a company's impact on its community. The Community section evaluates a company's supplier relations, diversity, and involvement in the local community. The section also measures the company's practices and policies around community service and charitable giving. In addition, this section includes if a company's product or service is designed to solve a social issue, including access to basic services, health, education, economic opportunity, arts, and increasing the flow of capital to purpose-driven enterprises.



The Governance section of the Assessment evaluates a company's accountability and transparency. The section focuses on the company's mission, stakeholder engagement, and overall transparency of the company's practices and policies.

Overall B Score

80 out of 200 is eligible for certification

*Of all businesses that have completed the B Impact Assessment

*Median scores will not add up to overall

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Company Highlights: 

Workers: Extensive benefits offered to employees and their families; Established, formal process for providing performance feedback to all employees; Offers flex-time and part-time work schedules

Community: Specific social criteria required for Significant Suppliers; Written community service policy; Paid time off for community service; Written policy to match individual worker’s charitable donations

Environment: Policy statement documenting commitment to the environment; Worked with landlord to improve energy efficiency and implement waste reduction programs


Other Resources

It's time to bring a staple of the for-profit sector into the nonprofit community: Research and Development. An R&D approach to measurement requires adherence to distinct principles, enabling an organization to translate information into immediate action and program improvement.

In "Driving Strategy for Social Impact," Paul Connolly offers frameworks and advice to help guide nonprofits and funders through a strategy process. An effective strategy provides leaders with criteria for making important decisions and increasing the overall quality of their work.

Associate Director of Evaluation PeiYao Chen discusses how a focus on learning can enhance and strengthen a foundation's evaluation efforts. Read her blog for the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

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