Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – May 20, 2011

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

  • GregLColvin: Wall Street Journal editorial on IRS imposing gift tax on donations to 501(c)(4) groups, calls it nasty.
  • IndSector: Check out our updated nonprofit advocacy basics page:
  • FCSanFrancisco: Boning Up on Boards: Nonprofit boards are frequently the topic of questions for the Foundation Center.
  • GTak: Self-Dealing: A Concise Guide for Foundation Board and Staff – [from Council on Foundations]
  • nonprofitlawyer: Four Ways to Remove a Board Member by Jan Masaoka: personal intervention, leave of absence, term limits, or impeachment
  • oscarjofre: 20 Questions Directors Should Ask about Building a Board
  • BoardSource: Wise words from @HarvardBiz spend time with your mission statement!
  • SSIReview: The three sectors not isolated-what does it mean for "new social economy"? Blog post AND webinar!
  • socialedge: Must-read for today: The 100 Social Enterprise Truths, by Pop-Up Social Enterprise Think Tank - 
  • GTak: Choose legal structure after getting clarity on mission, activities, financing, governance – 100 Social Enterprise Truths –
  • nonprofitlawyer: Ten Nonprofits that Function Like For-profits: More dialogue on lines btwn nonprofit & for-profit via @npquarterly

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