Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – May 11, 2012

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

  • Philanthropy: Congressional Hearing to Examine Nonprofit Tax Issues: Rep. Charles Boustany, who says he wants the IRS to be mo…
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Has your nonprofit assessed its level of risk recently? Here’s how to get started.
  • Debra Beck: 10 ways to: Transform nonprofit board meetings –
  • LawForChange: The NCN reviews the top 10 policy issues nonprofits faced in 2011. [National Council of Nonprofits]
  • AFJ Bolder Advocacy: Today AFJ officially launches Bolder Advocacy — giving nonprofits confidence in their policy work:
  • Emily: Citizens Dis-United: Justices May Take Another Look at Campaign Finance Case via ABA Journal -
  • Emily: Informative materials from NASCO on state laws re: fundraising via social media, commercial fundraisers & more:
  • Gene: Fiscal sponsorship: 6 Ways To Do It Right – by Greg Colvin & 6 Ways To Do It Wrong –
  • Nonprofit Finance Fund: What's the right way for a nonprofit to use a line of credit? Informative article by our Barbara Libove in New York Nonprofit Press –
  • Patrick Sternal: Episcopal Church is rightful owner of properties, court rules | Consistent with 2009 Cal Sup Ct church property case

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