The single unit of stewardship effort for TSN Spring Challenge, whatever the category, is hours. If you spend 4 hours caring for your garden, removing trash from a local park, or volunteering for a TSN Member Community, that’s 4 hours into the program. If you and three friends do the same work in one hour, that’s (4×1=) 4 total hours also. Easy, right? But here’s the catch: we can only celebrate you if we know what you did and we only know what you did if you report it!
Report Your Hours Here
New for 2023: Boosts
Look, we know how tempting it is to delay reporting and how much more inspirational it is for your peers if you don’t. This year, thanks to the support of some new sponsors and allies, we’re out to make timely reporting an extremely compelling choice with TSN Spring Challenge Boosts!
Each Tuesday during the twelve weeks of this program, our staff will draw a random name from amongst all the people who submitted a report before 11:59pm Monday night. If the name drawn is an independent steward with no stated organizational affiliation, that person gets to choose any of the remaining tokens of appreciation we’ve procured for this effort. If the name drawn has claimed any group affiliation, they get their pick and the organization does, too!
To clarify, any number of reports in a single week still equals one name in our drawing, so while it pays to report early and often, you can feel very free to combine each week’s reports if that’s more convenient.
This year, we are pleased to welcome the Consumers Energy Foundation to TSN Spring Challenge 2023! Their generous grant has enabled us to enhance this vital program and deepen our collective impact in ways both subtle and significant. For example, the new TSN Spring Challenge Boosts initiative would simply not be possible without their help. Thank you, team!