Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 12/9/16

This past week President-Elect Donald Trump was named Time’s Person of the Year (even as he raised more issues about leading the country with all kinds of conflicts of interest that Republican leaders are avoiding discussing), protestors of the Dakota Access pipeline scored a temporary victory, and alarmingly the giraffe was listed as vulnerable to extinction. Have a listen to Toto’s Africa while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Lucy Bernholz: Yes, Trump will come after Foundations + #NPOS Inside Philanthropy … What should they do about it?
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: A must-read for community builders: 4 Agreements from Standing Rock NPQ
  • National Council of Nonprofits: In today’s #Nonprofit Knowledge Matters: Preparing Your Nonprofit for 2017
  • Equal Measure: Must read by @CIVICUSalliance’s @civicusSG on five trends in civil society via @COF
  • Tony Martignetti: 5 Nonprofit Trends to Watch in 2017 | Social Velocity
  • Greg Colvin: Beth Kingsley @ejkdc & I did The Hill oped, Congress: let IRS define nonprofit political activity. @brightlinesproj
  • Hewlett Foundation: What are best practices in #philanthropy? New @CEPData survey reveals #Hewlett50
  • Phil Buchanan: On the occasion of #Hewlett50 @CEPData releases new research. Read @SSIReview piece on it by @EButeau_CEP and me.
  • For Purpose Law: What’s Next for the Overtime Rules?
  • Foundation Center, SF: New Law Will Significantly Strengthen Nonprofit Sector in New York [Ed.  Nonprofit Revitalization Reform Bill signed into law on November 28, 2016. National Law Review]