Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 10/16/15

A woman stands alone on a mountain with her hands in praise.

Last Sunday was Day of the Girl and last Monday was Indigenous People’s Day. Have a listen to Mary Youngblood‘s Play With Me while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Council of Nonprofits: Engaged boards are better than ghosts! All about “phantom boards” & other missteps that lead to investigations
  • BoardSource: Why do we need boards? Anne Wallestad answers this question during her keynote #betterboards. Read her comments: HuffPo
  • GEO Funders: Read our newest pub for examples of changes foundations have made to better align culture & strategy:  The Source Codes of Foundation Culture
  • Gene: A Legal Guide for Charitable Fundraising In California [July 2015] Public Counsel
  • Venable: Catch up with @VenableLLP’s #nonprofit legal articles, presentations and webinars from Q3 2015
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: These four impulses are shaping the future of the #nonprofit sector.
  • Philanthropy: Learn how to stop thieves from online donation fraud with this checklist:
  • Gene: Charting philanthropy’s new ‘age of exploration’ #trend
  • Philantopic: Great Invention Is the New #Philanthropy @huffingtonpost #innovation
  • For Purpose Law: Research Raises Questions About Colleges That Shift From For-Profit to Nonprofit via @chronicle
  • Ford Foundation: Social entrepreneurs make change b/c they’re driven to get beyond better Sally Osberg book