Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – February 24, 2012

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

  • Lucy Berhnolz: Thoughts on future of philanthropy -
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: What are the Foundation Center’s goals for the Nonprofit Collaboration Database’s upgrade? –
  • Emily: New York Attorney General Announces Plan to "Unlock the Full Potential" of Not-For-Profit Organizations –
  • Law For Change: The downfall of ACORN serves as an important lesson to all #nonprofits receiving federal funds.
  • Moises Cheung: The Nonprofit Sonata – Corporate Counsel –
  • Gene: Could [an In-House General Counsel] Have Helped Komen Avoid Planned Parenthood Firestorm? –
  • Emily: 7 Senators seek IRS investigation of 501(c)(4)s engaged in improper political campaign activity via Huffington Post –
  • Emily: Informative overview: "Benefit Corporations—A Sustainable Form of Organization?"
  • Gene: From my previous firm: California's New Entities: Benefit Corporations and Flexible Purpose Corporations –
  • James McRitchie: “For Benefit” Corporations Explained at NorCalNACD Event

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