Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 9/23/16

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The Trump Foundation continues to be hot in the news and, if the reports are true, a lesson in how a private foundation cannot be governed and operated. Meanwhile, New York City hosted the Social Good Summit, the United Nations General Assembly, and the final Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. Have a listen to Sam Cooke‘s Wonderful World (“don’t know much …”) while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Independent Sector: 78% of voters support a bigger role 4 charitable sector working w/ gov’t to produce solutions. #united4charity
  • Urban Institute: Report: What to know about state regulation & enforcement in the charitable sector
  • David Fahrenthold: “I represent 700 nonprofits a year & I’ve never encountered anything so brazen” Tax expert on @realdonaldtrump’s Fdn Washington Post
  • Charitable Reform: New Trump Tax Plan Caps Charitable Deductions via NonProfit Times.
  • Charitable Reform: The @HillaryClinton plan carves out char. ded. from 28% cap according to @TaxPolicyCenter: Alliance for Charitable Reform … @NonProfitTimes
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Do you understand how money works in the nonprofit sector? Take this classic quiz to find out!  NPQ
  • Gene: Should I serve on this board? Great article by @ErinBradrick from BoardSource  #nonprofits
  • Nell Edgington: How can philanthropy be more responsive to those who need it most?  #nonprofit
  • Devex: 4 takeaways from #SocialGood Summit 2016: … #2030Now #GlobalGoals
  • Sara Wallace Beatty: Now that @ClintonGlobal is over, what’s next? See our piece on rethinking the #globaldev convening in SSIReview
  • Foundation Center – SF: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Commit $3 Billion, Develop Plan Toward Tackling All Diseases By 2100 @sal19 via @Inc