Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – December 30, 2011

Our last selection of "Tweets of the Week" of 2011, a revolutionary year. Of all of my tweets this year, the following from Christmas Eve was the most meaningful to me as a reminder to myself and a wish for others:

  • Treasure the people who really love you. Pursue the things you love to do. Use your talents wisely. Live your values. Help others. Be brave.

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

  • Foundation Center: The most popular posts of 2011 on PhilanTopic
  • Fdn Center Atlanta: 11 Top Blog Posts for 2011: With just 3 days until the new year, I wanted to take a moment (or rather, a blog po…
  • Nonprofit Assistance Fund: Year End IRS Charity News and Updates by Not-For-Profit Accounting
  • Philanthropy: Our Most Discussed Item of 2011 – Calling all Boomers: Don't Start More Nonprofits
  • Ellis Carter: Treasury Reports to Congress on SOs and DAFs
  • Law for Change: What types of legal knowledge would make your organization more effective? Discuss on Social Edge:
  • Lucy Bernholz: Why Should The NFL, Soup Kitchens And PACs Get The Same Tax Advantages? – Forbes
  • Independent Sector: America’s Nonprofit Sector – Share this resource with others and use it for your own work – #policy #advocacy
  • Capacity For Change: WOW! How a Bill Becomes a Law, from Sunlight Labs contest winner: & check out .gov redesigns:
  • Fast Company: The Disappearing Barriers Between Business and Nonprofits Are Driving Innovation
  • Victor d'Allant: Quote du jour: Change is the essence of life. Be willing to surrender what you are for what you could become ~ Reinhold Niebuhr

Please check out Emily's recap of Top 10 Events of 2010 to follow shortly.  For more interesting tweets, follow me and Emily on Twitter.

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