Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 5/22/15

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This week was marked by David Letterman‘s final Late Show, Red Nose Day, and the Center for Effective Philanthropy Annual Conference: Leading Effective Foundations. Have a listen to the Late Show Theme Song while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Emily Chan: Fiscal Sponsorship: What You Should Know and Why You Should Know It by @ErinBradrick via @ABABusLaw
  • Center for Effective Philanthropy: What happened yesterday at #CEP2015? Catch up with this recap post on the CEP blog! [Ed. Also see the new report released at the Conference – Investing and Social Impact: Practices of Private Foundations.]
  • Gene: 2015 CEP Conference: Thursday Recap … #CEP2015 #philanthropy
  • Vu Le: Why the Sustainability Myth is just as destructive as the Overhead Myth
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING – Beyond Financial Oversight: Expanding the Board’s Role in the Pursuit of Sustainability [Ed. We highly recommend reading CompassPoint CEO Jeanne Bell’s excellent post on governance and sustainability.]
  • The Boston Globe: New England nonprofits hungry for new leadership amid wave of retirements
  • Collective Impact: Looking for a quick primer on #CollectiveImpact? Check out this shared resource list:
  • Nonprofit Issues: Should we add CFO to the Board? #nonprofit #charity
  • Stanford Corporate Governance: What Can For-Profit and Nonprofit Boards Learn from Each Other About Improving Governance? @SSRN #corpgov #nonprofit
  • Debra Beck: Nonprofit governance: Changing the question
  • Venable Nonprofit Law: What to scrutinize on a #charity’s #990 #tax return via @WSJ @Saunderswsj
  • National Council of Nonprofits: CA #nonprofits must disclose names of some donors Keep up 2 date w/policy developments via Nonprofit Advocacy Matters
  • Erin Bradrick: 4 cancer charities accused of fraud by FTC and states: NY Times