Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 10/2/15

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The past week was highlighted by the Social Good Summit and Clinton Global Initiative. Have a listen to Ben Harper‘s With My Own Two Hands while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Philanthropy: Nonprofits must adapt or end up in ‘ash heap,’ Diana Aviv says [Ed. Many thanks to Diana, who led Independent Sector for 12 years.]
  • (RED): 11 quotes from #SocialGood Summit 2015 that will make you want to change the world: #2030NOW
  • Clinton Global Initiative: Take a look at some of the highlights from the first couple days of #CGI2015 –
  • United Nations: Today [9/27], world leaders commit to gender equality. Let’s step it up for women and girls worldwide! #Planet5050
  • Council of Nonprofits: Wondering what policy issues charitable #nonprofits face? Here’s a primer that you can adopt for your nonprofit:
  • AFJ Bolder Advocacy: Must-read: Compelling Case to Make Advocacy a Part of Board Culture via @EnrightGEO #StandForYourMission #AFJPlaybook
  • For Purpose Law: A Nonprofit Bylaws Checkup: Where to Start
  • NGOSource: Final rules on EDs issued by the IRS affirm the unique approach @NGOsource has taken to provide repository services.
  • Rebecca Hamburg Cappy: #SF ballot measure will chill #nonprofits participation in local policymaking. Check out our @sfexaminer oped
  • Emily Chan: #Nonprofit Law Matters Blog: California Passes AB 792, Harmonizing Investment Standards for Nonprofits in California
  • Carrie Garber Siegrist: Should Nonprofits’ Financials be Aligned with For-Profits’ Model or Not? via @BloombergNews
  • Adin Miller: Interesting take on #VW crisis by @forbes arguing that situation also represents a complete #CSR failure
  • White House AAPI: AAPIs are fastest growing racial group yet underinvestment persists #AAPIaction AAPIP
  • Nicholas Kristof: What’s the most important thing going on in the world today? It’s also one of the least covered. My column