Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – July 19, 2013


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The Delaware public benefit corporation bill was signed into law this week, a momentous one for me personally as well. Have a listen to Daft Punk's (and Nile Rodgers') Get Lucky while perusing this week's tweets:

  • Carrie Garber Siegrist: … Finding a path to better charity oversight [Ed. Center for Investigative Reporting's provocative, but not completely well-informed, follow-up on its "America's Worst Charities" article.]
  • Greg Colvin: See for new draft IRC Sec 4956 to define political intervention and amendments to Sec 527 too.
  • Emily Chan: Nonprofit Law Prof Blog: 501(c)(4) Mess Update: Hearings, Reports, and Bright Lines
  • Ellis Carter: Creating Nonprofit Chapters and Affiliates
  • Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen: We must stop incessantly reinventing the philanthropic wheel-let's share knowledge! by Stanford PACS Center Christine Sherry Stanford Social Innovation Review
  • NGO Source: Must read for foundations: Open Debate, Not Politeness, Drives Nonprofit Innovation:
  • CompassPoint: Your nonprofit finance management paradise! So many resources in one place thanks to Wallace Foundation
  • Independent Sector: A Social Entrepreneur’s Quandary: Nonprofit or For-Profit? via NY Times  [Ed. Part One]
  • Nicole Wallace: Result of NYT case study: A Social Entrepreneur Transforms a Nonprofit Into a Profit-Making Enterprise [Ed. Part Two]
  • Michelle Baker: Delaware 'Public Benefit Corporation' Lets Directors Serve Three Masters Instead Of One – Forbes 
  • Tony Martignetti: Last Friday Nonprofit Radio had its 150th show! Thanks so much for your support over the last 3 years!