Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – August 19, 2011

Emily and I will be on Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio this morning at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET) discussing earned income and unrelated business issues for nonprofits.

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

  • emilychan: CA nonprofits denied property tax exemption bc not enough benefit to CA residents @ssstrom | @gtak
  • npquarterly: Erratic CA rule results in nonprofits being denied tax exemption while similar groups are approved, how is this fair?
  • NonProfitTimes: Heifer CEO Suing Board For $5 Million
  • npquarterly: Beware nonprofits – you may lose discounts on bulk mail very soon!
  • GTak: 10 Things Your Non-profit Should [Consider Including] In Its Contracts via @Nonprofitslaw // legal review wd be helpful
  • nonprofitsrule: Great study on nonprofits influence and voter engagement. via @npvote
  • IonPoverty: I am not rich, but I would pay more for a fair tax system. Warren Buffet: Stop Coddling the Super-Rich:
  • nff_news: How large is the average nonprofit board? @BoardSource answered my
  • buildnpcapacity: Staff leaders can build capacity by investing in their boards: Issue Brief 3 @nonprofitsrule
  • robreich: Good piece on GOOD's acquisition of Jumo, by @ssstrom.
  • acumenfund: Nice @HarvardBiz piece by [@Pierre Omidyar] of @OmidyarNetwork on his theory of social change:

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