I had the pleasure of spending some time in my childhood hometown of Vancouver this week. Meanwhile, back in the U.S., we saw the debt deal and yesterday's 500-point drop in the Dow. "Double dip" is the feared term of the week.
Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises:
- LawForChange: Why financial reserves are no longer optional, how they compare with endowments and how #nonprofits can put them to work law4.ch/qWhVCz
- PatrickSternal: CA BOE denies exemption to orgs that don't “primarily benefit persons within the…State of California" bit.ly/nUeuYP | Bad policy
- PatrickSternal: CA FTB releases of Redesigned Form 3500 Exemption Application: 1.usa.gov/oSZPdF | Comments welcome
- GTak: Roles and Responsibilities of Nonprofit Audit Committee Members – bit.ly/paRNaA via @GuideStarUSA
- emilychan: "Nurturing California’s Next Generation Arts and Cultural Leaders" MT @FCSanFrancisco: NextGen Report Released bit.ly/rnVOlu
- FastCoLeaders: Our most popular Leadership posts this week: #4 – Ten Things You Need To Know To Raise Capital For Your Nonprofit – http://su.pr/99WGcX
- Give2Asia: Disruptive startups that don't get funded – Bloomberg buswk.co/qN1nKK
- socentlaw: 3 Objections to L3Cs http://ow.ly/5Tuc8
- Montero: Great beginners guide to #SocEnt by @SE_Coalition bit.ly/kpzte7
- L3C_RickZ: The Rise of the Hybrid: When Sectors Collide: bit.ly/q49cT2 #L3C #socent #nonprofit
- GTak: Having been a mgr before a lawyer, I get this. MT @alicekorngold Management consultants 2 nonprofits need 2 get the mission bit.ly/mUEiVI
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