Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – May 25, 2012

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

  • Adin Miller: Amen! Lucy Bernholz hits a home-run w/ this great post: calling for evolutionary transformation of philanthropic institutions
  • Emily: New study finds that 41% of U.S. nonprofits w/ $1M+ annual budgets report $0 expenses on fundraising. – Nonprofit Quarterly –
  • Philantopic: Questions Raised by Report That Nonprofits Claim Zero Fundraising Expenses –
  • Patrick Sternal: Yikes!:Tax Payers Cannot Deduct $23k Contribution to Church That Failed to Give Proper Acknowledgment – (TaxProf Blog)
  • Stephanie Strom: Nonprofits getting abused — again. NYTimes: Public Money Finds Back Door to Private Schools –
  • D5 Coalition: D5 releases its second State of the Work report: a roadmap to greater diversity equity & inclusion in philanthropy -
  • Debra Beck: Great post by Sarah Mackey - Questions Nonprofit Board Members Should Ask –
  • Stanford Law: Money, politics and Citizens United’s fate — Lyle Denniston SCOTUS blog 
  • Law For Change: JOBS Act: Law Firm and Lawyer Resources –
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: New Net Impact study: Employers who give workers ways to make a positive impact will find it pays off: - Liz Maw
  • Jereme Bivins: 8 Rules For Creating A Passionate Work Culture –

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