Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 11/25/16

Thanksgiving week highlighted by continuing uncertainties of a Trump presidency. Have a listen to Otis Redding‘s I Want to Thank You while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • President Obama: This Thanksgiving, we give thanks for our blessings, and work to fulfill the timeless responsibility we have as Americans to serve others.
  • David Fahrenthold: NEW: @realDonaldTrump’s charity tells IRS it broke “self-dealing” rules in ’15, also did so in past w/o reporting it Washington Post [Ed. Questions still to be answered: Who will admit to being the other participant to the self-dealing? Did that person effectively steal charitable assets from a foundation? Did that same person just get elected to be President of the United States?]
  • Washington Post: Trump adviser [chief White House strategist, Stephen K. Bannon] received salary [$376,000 in pay over four years for working 30 hours a week] from charity [Government Accountability Institute] while steering Breitbart News Washington Post
  • Vu Le: 10 ways the nonprofit sector must adapt to the new reality Nonprofit with Balls
  • Gene: Excellent quick read for #nonprofits: The Election Is Over. Now What?David Levitt @AdlerColvinSF @AFJBeBold
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: The relationship between charity and government in the UK has “gone horribly wrong” NPQ
  • National Council of Nonprofits: Overtime rules slated to go into effect next week – now on hold – but we’re guessing not forever
  • Gene: Sorry to have missed @robreich‘s provocative keynote about #philanthropy at #ARNOVA16 building on What Are Foundations For?
  • New report: “Gilded Giving: Top Heavy Philanthropy in an Age of Extreme Inequality”
  • Mark Blumberg: Will we see great non-profit consolidation or merger as result of turbulence #ARNOVA16 Here is [a] resource CPA Canada