Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – April 15, 2011

Busy week (highlighted by the Council on Foundations Annual Conference) and lots of great posts!  Here are some of my favorites of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • IndSector: Check out our revised report, "Roles of the Nonprofit and Philanthropic Community"
  • GTak: The Story of Citizens United – (9 min video from Annie Leonard (The Story of Stuff) - nonprofit advocacy
  • npquarterly: Serious nonprofit oversight provided by an unlikely source – the local paper
  • joannefritz: Honoring Great Nonprofit Collaborations, with The Lodestar Foundation Grt examples of NPOs cooperating!
  • nonprofitlawyer: More discussion about Council on Foundations' 'Philanthropy On Trial': via @NonProfitTimes & via @Philanthropy
  • GTak: How AAPIP is Building Democratic Philanthropy – Council on Foundations – by Danielle Reyes
  • TristaHarris: I TOLD you EPIP was awesome!
  • GTak: Massive Identity Theft [of tiny or defunct nonprofits] With Help From The IRS – (Forbes blog) [tip: don't "buy" an abandoned nonprofit instead of starting one]
  • PBPartnership: IRS revokes charity's exemption due to lack of formalities and commingling
  • LawForChange: 'F' in governance for private nonprofit school: a lawsuit claims misuse of $1M led to school's bankruptcy.
  • DonKramer: Removing the President of a nonprofit Board. What's required?
  • npquarterly: Trending – Foundation Boards Still Lacking in Diversity
  • npadvocacy: New Filing Requirement for Small California Nonprofits Takes Effect this Year:
  • philanthropy411: 20 Social Media Resources for Nonprofits
  • BCorporation: B Corporation featured in New York Times! "A Scorecard for Companies with a Conscience"

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