This week's selection of nonprofit tweets is coming from Seattle, where I'm attending the Fourth Annual Private Foundation National Conference. Have a listen to local group The Postal Service perform Such Great Heights while perusing the list:
- Nonprofit Quarterly: Congress stumbles toward a sharper understanding of what happened at the IRS http://ow.ly/liC2J
- Rick Cohen: The results of our live blogging from the Senate Finance Committee on the IRS controversy are here http://bit.ly/18gtBsj
- Gene: Confusion and Staff Troubles Rife at I.R.S. Office in Ohio [exemption determinations unit] http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/19/
- Politico: IRS hearing: The takeaways: http://politi.co/15TU4hU
- Emily: Leveraging the Power of Foundations-An Analysis of Program-Related Investing from IUPUI http://flip.it/lAMjz
- Gene: Legalities of Nonprofit Internships http://www.blueavocado.org/content/legalities-nonprofit-internships
- Eugene Fram: When is the Right Time to Change a Nonprofit’s Bylaws? http://wp.me/pz57p-Je
- Sustainable Law Group: Here's the info on the new social enterprise bill in Congress. http://cicilline.house.gov/press-release/
- Social Entrepreneur: Will Seattle Become The Capital Of Social Entrepreneurship? http://www.fastcoexist.com/node/1680153
Patty Morrissey provided 3 great tweets from Van Jones' keynote at the Social Enterprise Alliance Summit:
- False idea that killed the economy #1 "We can have an economy based on consumption, not production" Malls over Factories.
- False idea that killed the economy #2 "We can build an economy on credit and debt"
- False idea that killed the economy #3 "We can have an economy based on environmental destruction instead of restoration"