Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 4/8/16

Offshore banking and tax havens concept with golden coins on sand island and palm trees. Copy space

The past week was marked by disclosure of the Panama Papers, a report from the World Health Organization that diabetes has nearly doubled since 1980, and Villanova winning the NCAA championship on a buzzer-beater. Have a listen to the late country-jazz legend Merle Haggard‘s Working Man Blues while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Perlman & Perlman: Opinion: How to Keep Troubled Charities From Failing via @Philanthropy
  • Philanthropy: For California nonprofits, advocacy work on $15 minimum wage pays off
  • For Purpose Law: CA Nonprofits Urged to Oppose AB 2855
  • Gene: How to Keep the Board Under Your Thumb Blue Avocado – @janmasaoka #governance
  • Sandi Matthews: 10 Steps to a Successful Audit – Tips for #Nonprofits #AICPAnfp
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING- Philanthropy and Inclusivity: A Longstanding Problem That Must Be Treated as Urgent NPQ
  • Chronicle of Philanthropy: Foundation chiefs spar on question of giving in perpetuity
  • La Piana Consulting: A collection of resources on the timely topic of foundation perpetuity vs. spend-down
  • Inside Higher Ed: Congress returns to scrutiny of wealthy university endowments [Ed. “Congressional Research Service analysis also floats … ideas of taxing endowments or endowment earnings”]
  • Harvard Biz Review: Too few businesses are capable of advancing their private interests in a way that also advances genuine public ones HBR
  • Landesa: We won’t achieve #genderequality until we tackle inequality in data. Great blog from @Data2X: Guardian #SDGs @FordFoundation