Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – July 18, 2014

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This week featured Malala Day and Bastille Day. And today is Nelson Mandela Day (“take responsibility for making the world a better place, one small step at a time”)! Have a listen to Beyonce’s Run the World (Girls) while perusing this week’s tweets on nonprofits, philanthropy, governance and social enterprises:

  • Nonprofit Quarterly: House slashes IRS tax enforcement division by 25% & total budget by 13%, gutting expectations of robust oversight
  • Sandra Feinsmith: IRS to Rubber-Stamp Tax-Exempt Status for Most Charities After Scandal | TIME
  • Gene: Hobbled IRS can’t stem ‘dark money’ flow Public Integrity | IRS Nonprofit Unit sidelined
  • Erin Bradrick: IRS to Ease Process of Approving Tax-Exempt Organizations with form 1023-EZ:
  • National Council of Nonprofits: New principles of recommended best practices 4 leadership & organizational culture identified by @SmartNonprofits
  • National Council of Nonprofits: Updated Principles and Practices for #nonprofit excellence Thank you @SmartNonprofits 4 your leadership
  • Independent Sector: We wrk hard to build capacity for emerging ldrs in the NP sector. Here are 4 things we’ve learned along the way:
  • La Piana Consulting: Five obstacles to #nonprofit partnerships  “Making Decisions or Making Nice?” [Blog] #collaboration
  • Philantopic: [Report] Lessons in #FunderCollaboration @PackardFdn @BridgespanGroup #philanthropy
  • Rob Reich: Worthwhile read from @jcanales on the evolving role of foundations in the US. Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • AAPIP: 40% of all giving circle donors are under 40; 64% of minority donors via @Philanthropy @AAPIPcircles
  • Council on Foundations: A New Form Of Giving via @Forbes #philanthropy #csr
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: YMCAs must continue to fend off challenges to their tax-exempt status
  • Tech Soup: Net neutrality: What it is and why #nonprofits should care. | #nptech