Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 1/29/16

LA is really starting to glow. This is the Mariott/Ritz in LA Live and on the left is the Nokia Theater.

I’m back in L.A. for a conference of the tax-exempt organizations committee of the American Bar Association. Have a listen to Guns N’ Roses’ Welcome to the Jungle while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • New York Times: Special Report: The Wounded Warrior Project’s lavish staff spending is raising questions about its mission
  • Chronicle of Philanthropy: Experts urge Wounded Warrior to address criticism directly, and fast
  • National Council of Nonprofits: Fascinating debate of the role of a #nonprofit board in #fundraising What do you think?
  • Andy Ho: Is There a Philanthropy Establishment? And, If So, Who’s In It? via Inside Philanthropy
  • Tony Martignetti: Ways to ‘Own’ a Movement | @PNDBlog
  • Chronicle of Philanthropy: Charities urged to watch donor-anonymity legal challenges [Ed. This important article is currently behind a paywall.]
  • For Purpose Law: Get Ready for Machine Readable 990s
  • Gene: Resigning from a nonprofit board doesn’t mean you’ve escaped your responsibilities (liabilities) #TorontoGoodwill Nonprofit Quarterly
  • Nonprofit Law News: Lobbying Restrictions for 501(c)(4)s Receiving Federal Grants, Loans or… | by @Holland_Knight
  • Innov8social: “Seven Emerging Technologies That Will Change the World Forever”