Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – February 4, 2011

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

  • AFPIHQ: Hugely IMPORTANT Michael DeLucia says Get to the know the details of IRS 990 Park VI Governance nonprofits
  • jcanales: Participating in workshop on governance as leadership with Bill Ryan today. Here's a summary of key points
  • npquarterly: Read what the buzz is about: Tim Delaney's "An Uncomfortable – But Necessary – Conversation: Part I"
  • aapip: What is Building Democratic #Philanthropy?
  • GTak: What Is a Faith-Based Nonprofit? – by Emily Chan
  • nonprofitlawyer: Virginia AG says state constitution does not allow state to fund private charities
  • GregLColvin: Law For Change - Nice piece by Rob Wexler on use of charts and models for complex legalisms
  • L3C_RickZ: What's missing? || Eight trends in social entrepreneurship to watch for in 2011
  • nedgington: 10 great reads in the world of social innovation this month:
  • nonprofitlawyer: A closer look at via @nytimes, @npquarterly, & @businessinsider
  • ssstrom: Me 2. RT @saundra_s: Have to say, @davidroodman is my go to person/blog for all microfinance questions
  • robreich: Commentary by someone who actually knows something: @stanford Larry Diamond on Can Egypt Really Become a Democracy?

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