Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 10/23/15


Wednesday, October 21, 2015 was Back to the Future Day, the day Marty McFly traveled to in order to save his future kids. Have a listen to Huey Lewis and the NewsPower of Love while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Council of Nonprofits: What does 2045 hold for the #nonprofit sector? Go #BacktotheFuture with us #np2045
  • For-Purpose Law: Telefundraising Is Most Likely Target of Attorneys General The NonProfit Times  [Ed. Important: preliminary findings from nation-wide research project on state charity regulations – fundraising abuses are by far the most common areas of enforcement.]
  • BoardSource: @BridgespanGroup discusses how to reverse the trend of nonprofits’ failure to develop homegrown leaders: SSIR
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Nonprofits have a lot to learn from listening to the Nobel prize winner in economics.
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: The problem with strategic #philanthropy targeted journalism. Case in point: the Gates Foundation.
  • Council of Nonprofits: Why every #nonprofit needs a gift acceptance policy More war stories via @InsidePhilanthr
  • Michael Rosen: Latest blog post: “When Should You Refuse a Gift?”
  • For Purpose Law: Escaping the Perpetuity Mindset Trap Nonprofit Quarterly
  • Gene: For Clinton Foundation, Big Gains in Rwanda, Despite Pitfalls NY Times
  • Venture Beat: Indiegogo launches a new standalone crowdfunding platform for nonprofits and social causes
  • Michelle Baker: Can B Corps take companies beyond the bottom line? – #bcorp