Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 12/27/19

Stay informed of the week’s notable events and shared resources with this curated list of Nonprofit Tweets of the Week.

Notable Events of the Week:

  • “Despite a self-imposed moratorium on testing its most advanced missiles over the past two years, North Korea has never halted its efforts to build powerful new weapons. Indeed, Kim’s scientists appear to have used the lull to quietly improve and expand the country’s arsenal ….” Washington Post
  • “A Saudi court’s announcement that five people have been sentenced to death for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi leaves more unanswered questions than it resolves. … In reality, the handling of the case was designed to insulate senior officials who were and possibly still are in the inner circle of the Crown Prince.” CNN
  • “Construction of President Trump’s border wall has been slow going, in part because the Texans who own the land have to be coaxed or coerced to sell it, whether they want to or not.” NY Times

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

  • Nonprofit Quarterly: While we have observed many more than twelve important civil sector trends in 2019, we provide these and ask you to add some you have noted. 12 Trends of 2019: Taking Responsibility for our Collective Future
  • Chronicle of Philanthropy: It may be too early to claim “influence” as a replacement buzzword for “impact,” but it’s in the mix. Chronicle
  • Nonprofit Times: Here they are, our top 12 most viewed online stories of 2019 —> #nonprofit #fundraising #philanthropy #charity #nptech #data #accounting #superbowl #finance #politics
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: SSIR’s 10 most popular articles of 2019 provide insight into topics including #mentalhealth treatment, #DEI in the workplace, #pollution, and social impact bonds. #SocialInnovation #Philanthropy
  • For Purpose Law: Impact of the Nonprofit Sector: New Study
  • Phil Buchanan: 5 Mistakes MacKenzie Bezos and Other Mega-Donors Should Avoid
  • BoardSource: Planning on going to BLF next year? Well it’s time to get excited! Here is our program of sessions that will be waiting for you in St. Louis [Ed. I’ll be there and Erin will be presenting!]
  • Bridgespan Group: 8 steps you can take to manage your nonprofit through the tough times – and keep your organization in shape any time
  • Andrew Ross Sorkin: “Real charity doesn’t come with a tax deduction” Take a read of my holiday @nytimes column on giving this morning… NY Times
  • Gene: 2020 The Year in Preview – Washington Post

Themed Media Selection:

33 Ways to Remember the 2010s: A look back at what we watched, heard, read, liked and shared. (NY Times)