Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 9/9/16

Copley Square, Boston

I’m back in Boston for the fall. Have a listen to Boston band Aerosmith’s Dream On while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Washington Post: Liberal watchdog group to ask IRS to investigate Trump Foundation’s political gift http://wapo.st/2c64ikh
  • Peter Roskam: I’m holding a [House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee] hearing next Tuesday (9/13) on tax-exempt college and university endowments Announcement
  • Bridgespan Group: [email protected] on young Silicon Valley donors & other forces in cutting-edge #philanthropy http://bspan.org/2bKMVpx
  • Haas, Jr. Fund: From Values to Actions. VP of Programs, Sylvia Yee’s reflections on 23 yrs @ Haas, Jr. Fund. http://ow.ly/qpBW3041JTq
  • L.A. Times: Black Lives Matter partners with charity in a sign of growth http://lat.ms/2cgE5mo [Ed. That charity is San Francisco-based International Development Exchange (IDEX), soon to be known as Thousand Currents.]
  • ABA Journal: Chemerinsky: What will the presidential election mean for SCOTUS? http://dlvr.it/MC595x [Ed. While charities cannot intervene in political campaigns, many may find civic engagement to be an effective means of advancing their missions. Read the series of posts from For Purpose Law Group – Part 4 is listed below.]
  • For Purpose Law Group: Political Activities and 501(c)(3)s: What’s Allowable, Part 4
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Executives are expected to steer clear of voicing opinions in #elections—but what about board members? NPQ
  • Ashoka: I just published “Social Innovation: Let’s Re-Draw the Map” Medium