Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 4/29/16

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This week, Erin’s been in Washington DC attending Georgetown Law’s Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations Conference (#NPGTEO16). Have a listen to Grace Potter and the Nocturnals’ Treat Me Right (featuring DC’s Ron Hollaway) while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Douglas Rushkoff proposes new business model for companies to be benefit corporations or best of all, #nonprofits. The Sustainability Prerogative: Nonprofits in the Future of our Economy NPQ
  • Nonprofit Law News: Program Related Investments: Final Regulations | by @seyfarthshawllp
  • La Piana Consulting: New merger series explores key issues, from merger basics to org culture & communications
  • Haas, Jr. Fund: #Philanthropy can help create a stronger democracy. Six takeaways from California in new #BolderTogether report
  • Jan Masaoka: Interesting! Behind those “dream house” #raffles quotes @CalNonprofits Priceonomics
  • CompassPoint: Unpacking a #nonprofit buzzword: What is a #TheoryOfChange and how can you use it?
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Here are 10 ways Collective Impact gets it wrong: NPQ
  • Charles Keidan: China: The overseas NGO law returns, with a new strategy – Alliance magazine
  • Andy Ho: China Approves Strict Control of Foreign NGOs via @nytimes
  • Erin Bradrick: IRS Counsel states donor advised funds are high priority and are getting serious reflection right now for further guidance #NPGTEO16
  • Hugh M. Robert: CHARITY Act (S. 2750) unlikely to move fwd due to election year, Senate staffers suggest. #NPGTEO16