Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 7/8/16

Independence Day

This past week was marked by Independence Day, Kevin Durant‘s signing with the Golden State Warriors, the killings of Alton Sterling and Philander Castile by police in Louisiana and Minnesota, and the killings of police officers in Dallas. Have a listen to Bruce Springsteen‘s Born in the U.S.A. while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • CompassPoint: What’s in your toolbox? 15+ places to learn more about challenging racism:
  • Greenlining: What do the Oscars, the Fed, and philanthropy all have in common? #PhilanthropySoWhite:
  • Gene: ICYMI: On July 1, 2016, the Form 1023-EZ filing fee was lowered from $400 to $275 KPMG
  • CalNonprofits: National Council of Nonprofits: Overtime Rules Require Government Overhaul of Contracts Nonprofit Quarterly
  • La Piana Associates: The perennial question: too many nonprofits? But the case for merger is not quite so simple.
  • Philantopic: Social Impact Bonds Expanding Global Reach, Study Finds @SocialFinanceUS #SIBs
  • Fast Co. Exist: Pulling back the curtain to show the real people, and feelings, behind the work of doing good Fast Co. Exist
  • For Purpose Law: The Political Ban on 501(c)(3)s: Its Odd History
  • Minority Rights: Iraq’s religious and ethnic minorities are on the verge of disappearing, says report Newsweek
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: Impact investing needs a simple, widely accepted “impact classification” system, say @cathyhc & @ImpactInSight
  • Darren Walker: My latest oped in @nytimes why we must make #internships more accessible to increase opportunity for all NY Times