Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 3/27/15

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TED 2015: Truth and Dare was held in my hometown of Vancouver from March 16-20. Have a listen to tween pianist Joey Alexander (featured at TED) perform Giant Steps while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Gene: Read Erin Bradrick‘s Basic Legal Considerations Before Launching a Planned-Giving Program in The Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • Council of Nonprofits: Frequent Q we are asked: “Is it ok to pay a commission on $$ raised?” NO! [Ed. Just one of the issues discussed in “Ethical Fundraising” article.]
  • Debra Beck: Nonprofit governance toolbox: The Gene Takagi effect [Ed. An unexpected acknowledgment from one of the country’s leading governance experts. Thanks Debra! And thanks to the American Bar Association Bar Services for its kind related tweet too!]
  • BoardSource: Have you read this note from @npquarterly on “Fatally Incurious Governance”? You should:
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING: Seven Ways Your Nonprofit Can Avoid Mirroring Practices That Perpetuate Inequality
  • For Purpose Law: “A Reminder to Nonprofit Employers
  • Melissa Mikesell: Influencing lawmakers: A primer on special interests’ muscle in Sacramento:
  • Nonprofit Times: #IRS Stats Show Huge Jump In Tax-Exempt Approvals, Applications in 2014 #nonprofit #philanthropy
  • Law Firm for Nonprofits: IRS Targets Nonprofit Self-Declarers
  • Gene: Nonprofit Social Enterprises 101 – what they are, how they’re structured #socent
  • NGOSource: Can Mark Zuckerberg Redefine Philanthropy for a New Generation? HT @GenWeSolve @RockefellerFdn
  • Rick Cohen: Cohen Report looks at the progressive & less progressive politics of “fourth sector” social enterprise movement here
  • McKinsey on Society: “How @Etsy’s IPO could spark investor interest in #BCorps,” from @dennisaprice via @Entrepreneur