Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – March 18, 2011

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

  • Give2Asia: UPDATE: Give2Asia’s Partners, Funds, & Approach to the Japan Disaster – Give2Asia
  • GTak: Protecting Donor Anonymity: Understanding the NPR Scandal [always happy to contribute to the Chronicle of Philanthropy]
  • GTak: Impt nonprofit law news: Protection of Charitable Assets Act – from the Uniform Law Commission – (work in progress)
  • npquarterly: Spend money to make money? Forget it, says new #nonprofit legislation
  • npquarterly: Paul Light on whether we'll lose the nonprofits we need during this economic crisis
  • alicekorngold: Ridding your nonprofit of problem board members Inspired by @nminow "Who's the Charlie Sheen on Your Board"
  • plamb: 12 business models for social enterprise and social innovation
  • changemtrs: Explains the diff btwn MD & VT Benefit Corporation laws: @ascensuslaw
  • SSIReview: IRS vs. nonprofit: What's the deal with L3Cs? 
  • HeatherCarpente: Check out Google for Nonprofits just launched today!

And a couple of items about us:

  • ABABarServices: [Gene] was awesome at the #bli11 [ABA Bar Leadership Institute]. He got rave reviews.  [aww … shucks]
  • hastingsmc: Wagner competed with valor and have distinguished themselves as quarterfinalists. Congrats to the Wagner team for winning the best Respondent's brief! [Emily coached the Hastings moot court team at the Wagner National Labor & Employment Law Moot Court Competition going on in NYC.  Hastings has one of the top moot court programs in the country.  Emily is also a former "Best Oral Advocate" award winner in the same competition.]

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