Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – November 11, 2011

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

  • GTak: Resource on nonprofit board recruitment & development of young/nextgen board members – see via @BoardSource
  • GTak: Nonprofit Boards – diversity is great, but there's some work to be done before recruitment – via @TrustEnabler
  • GregLColvin: Giving money to support Occupy Wall Street? Other locations? Tax deductible? See my blog for the scoop. [fiscal sponsorship]
  • adincmiller: Factoid 1: Federation system manages $7.8B in donor advised funds and supporting organizations; $1.1B distributed last year 
  • adincmiller: Factoid 2: All donor-advised funds managed by community foundations amount to $13.5B amount and distributed $2B last year 
  • npquarterly: Should "liking" a business on Facebook be philanthropy? Is this entering philanthropy thru the back door of marketing?
  • andyho: Social entrepreneurship and the next generation of giving – The Washington Post 
  • NicoleCOP: Terrific Sports Illustrated story about social entrepreneurs using sport to tackle issues like AIDS, violence.
  • Innov8Social: Update on #Crowdfunding Bill: House Passes 407-17 
  • dallant: Quote du jour: The best way to sustain a nation's competitiveness is to build human capital ~ @nickkristof
  • lisachiuster: MT @clswitzer 35 is the new 23 – The Rising Age Gap in Economic Well-Being via @pewresearch
  • billgates: How can economic leaders help the world’s poorest people? 5 books helped me develop my point of view.

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