Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – July 8, 2011

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

  • nonprofitsrule: It’s the ED, Stupid! – Curtis Chang's response to #daringtolead on @socialedge
  • GregLColvin: IRS backs off gift tax on C4 donors, audits closed, great news! See for official word.
  • nonprofitatty: Mass bill to prevent nonprofits from paying board salaries dies
  • HarvardCorpGov: Harvard Corporate Governance Forum: Sheila Bair: Lessons of the Financial Crisis: The Dangers of Short-Termism, 
  • Philanthropy: Steve Gunderson, leader of @COF_ announces resignation
  • vppartners: Gara LaMarche's remarks on scaling from #SIEX2011 were remarkable. Must read:
  • NorCalGrant: Great perspective on the future of philanthropy: RT @christensenfund:
  • PatrickSternal: Scandal Underscores Chinese Distrust of Charities "Many…do not trust Red Cross because of its special legal status"
  • rtjohnson: CA moves closer to passage of the Flexible Purpose Corporation and the Benefit Corporation.
  • socentlaw: NY Unanimously Passes Benefit Corporation Bill.

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