Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 10/9/15


Sunset at Fort Mason @ SOCAP15

The past week was highlighted by tragedies in Oregon and Afghanistan and passage of a historic law in California aimed at reducing racial profiling and the use of excessive force by law enforcement officers. Have a listen to Chuck Cannon‘s Money Don’t Matter while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Women’s Media Center: President Obama @potus challenged the media to put gun violence into context. The media responded. via @Poynter
  • Doctors Without Borders: “Bombing a fully functioning hospital can never be justified.” #MSF’s @jtcone1977 on @NewsHour earlier tonight.
  • Philanthropy: What nonprofits can do to gain the public’s trust:
  • C. Garber Siegrist: Public Day Review: Highlights of the State Charity Regulator 2015 NAAG/NASCO Annual Conference via @nonprofitlaw
  • Council of Nonprofits: What will IRS focus on re exempt orgs in 2016? Sounds like IRS will be using 990 data to prioritize examinations
  • Marc Gunther: Promising: A “social impact” bond pays off for @GoldmanSachs and Utah children
  • Echoing Green: Impact Investing: What Do Emerging Social Entrepreneurs Really Need? @forbes @cheryldorsey
  • Philantopic: World Bank Sees ‘Extreme’ #Poverty Falling Below 10 Percent
  • Alice Korngold: NEW post: “Rethinking the Board After #Volkswagen” #corpgov #ESG c @MSCI_Inc
  • Mother Jones: A billionaire political donor sued Mother Jones. We won. Here’s what happened.