Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – August 12, 2011

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • allenlawnc: A very good and comprehensive overview of legal risks faced by #nonprofit orgs.
  • emilychan: I.R.S. Handling of Donations Draws Ire of Both Parties by @ssstrom via NY Times |
  • agilitypoos: Does franchise law apply to nonprofits? The 7th Circuit thinks it does:
  • GTak: Even alleged noncompliance with nonprofit open meeting laws (CA Brown Act) can create problems –
  • JeanneBellCP: Latest Brief from #DaringtoLead on the paradox of nonprofit boards.
  • charitylawyer: just posted: Working Together: Balancing Nonprofit Governance Rights Among Stakeholders
  • GailPerrync: What can happen if the #board's asleep. An Oversight Deficit-Closing of Community Org Laid at Board’s Feet @npquarterly
  • npquarterly: Staff expect boards to give, solicit & raise funds–that is NOT the principal focus of a board, nor should it be
  • geoffliving: Social Media Advice from 15 Great Figures of the Past
  • lucymarcus: Today's post on @HarvardBiz "Boardroom Lessons from a Social Media Misstep"

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