Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – June 7, 2013


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My past week has been one marked by connections with colleagues. In that spirit, have a listen to the Adele-Daft Punk mashup Something About the Fire while persusing this weeks's tweets:

  • Sustainable Law Group: Why The IRS 501(c)(4) Scandal Happened [Ed. It was a pleasure to have lunch with Cecily of SLG earlier this week.]
  • Emily Chan: Less is More: A Proposal for Tax Simplification for Exempt Organizations’ Political and Lobbying Activities [Ed. Brilliance from Rosemary Fei of Adler Colvin.]
  • Gene: IRS Q&A related to the scrutiny of the exempt organizations division:
  • ABA Center Pro Bono: Wonderful resource: Nonprofit Organizations: A Beginner’s Guide [Ed. We're proud to have the Nonprofit Law Blog included as one of the resources recommended by the Library of Congress.]
  • Council on Foundations: Ten Legacy Goals of Next Gen Grantmakers
  • Kate Ahern: In last 20 years, only 1% of the 66,000 US foundations made a PRI. Study from @IUPhilanthropy
  • Michelle Baker (@SocentAttorney): How Companies Can Do Well While Doing Good – [Ed. Michelle, a contributor to the Nonprofit Law Blog, recently started the Social Enterprise Legal Blog. We look forward to seeing big things from Michelle.]
  • Gene: Hybrid socent forms: beware the purists & what they're selling; none are perfect; still testing; very early stages – Todd Johnson & Rob Wexler
  • Darian Heyman: Amazing Social Media Statistics From Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest And Google+ [INFOGRAPHIC
  • HuffPost Impact: HuffPost women's conference: Giving back should be new metric of success #thirdmetric