Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 4/2/15


This week was marked by the Iran Nuclear Deal, the horrific attack at a Kenyan university leaving 147 dead, and California’s water use restrictions. Have a listen to The Who’s Water while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Third Sector Today: 10 Lessons for #Nonprofits- Sincerely, The Breakfast Club
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Well, here’s a different #nonprofit approach to proposed state budget cuts:
  • Center for Effective Philanthropy: NEW on the CEP blog: The San Francisco Foundation CEO @FredBlackwelliv discusses income inequality in the Bay Area.
  • Alliance Magazine: Now free to read: Community philanthropy and a new model of development @globalfundcf
  • Gates Foundation: One the most powerful tools for fighting poverty? The cellphone, in the hands of women.
  • National Council of Nonprofits: Is your #nonprofit’s culture transparent about what you value? Codes of ethics and similar resources for #charities
  • For Purpose Law: “Volunteers: A Primer on Possible Perils” – …ossible-perils/
  • For Purpose Law: Rights and Rules for Board and Staff
  • National Council of Nonprofits: All about ex-officio board members via @BoardSource
  • Nonprofit Assistance Fund: Must read! RT @GTak: Fiscal Sponsors: The Risks of Sponsorship – #fiscalsponsorship
  • Sandra Feinsmith: Moving Forward: IRS Provides Updates on TE/GE Division Progress and 2015 Initiatives BDO
  • Cliff Prior: New tools for #socent – guidelines on key legal issues you may face, designed by @dlapiperprobono and @UnLtd see