Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – March 9, 2012

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

  • Philanthropy: NYTimes Drops Philanthropy As an Area of Coverage [Ed. – Bad timing NY Times – the big story this week …]
  • Stefan Wolff: Well-balanced and nuanced perspective on Kony2012 in NY Times –
  • Cecily Jackson: NY Times coverage of Koch brothers suit against Cato Institute
  • Independent Sector: Philanthropy in the 21st Century: A Guide for Thinkers and Doers via Forbes
  • Gene: IRS Probe of Tax-Exempt Political Groups Questioned: Accounting Today
  • Greg Colvin: NYT [article] missed this: 501c4 must tell donors if part of donation is used for politics/lobbying, or pay proxy tax. IRC 6033e
  • Greg Colvin: NYT on political 501c4s fails to say it's illegal for corps to take a business deduction for political contribs. IRC 162e
  • Nell Edgington: 10 Traits of a Groundbreaking Nonprofit Board:
  • Gene: Study of midsize nonprofits shows gaps in financial knowledge or misses mark? vs via Emily Chan
  • Grameen Foundation: Great news! For the first time ever, poverty fell in every region of the world in 2005-2008.

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