Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – January 28, 2011

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

  • GTak: Key Nonprofit Corporate Law Developments in 2010 | McDermott Will & Emery – JDSupra…
  • Philanthropy: Low Overhead Doesn't Equal High-Quality Philanthropy – latest from @saundra_s
  • NonProfitBanker: @NAFund shares 4 on-target responsibilities of a Board Treasurer – read comments 5-8 for more [great] insights
  • ssstrom: Wonder what the implications of the scandal at the Global Fund are for aid and development NGOs.
  • p2173: Oy. Global Fund has huge corruption losses via @sfgate @adrielhampton
  • TonyMartignetti: Back to the Future: Will We See a New Generation of Nonprofit Organizations in 2011? Stanford Social Innovation Review
  • npquarterly: "The Charitable Deduction Must Go!" – Kim Klein 
  • nff_news: How Nonprofits Build Successful Businesses. Norah McVeigh at the Chronicle of @philanthropy:
  • GTak:  Potential Gift Tax Liability for Contributions to 501(c)(4)s via L.A. nonprofit and EO attorney [and fellow UCLA Law School alum] Ofer Lion, MS&K
  • alicekorngold: "Sustainability can spark innovation that delivers a competitive advantage." @aroncramer @fastcompany
  • GTak: Only 15 MD benefit corporations formed in 3 months – (slower start than I expected)

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