Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – October 20, 2011

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

  • p2173: "Philanthropy should be holding govt to meet its responsibilities, not absolving them it of public responsibilities."
  • npquarterly: Will the nonprofit sector's concerns be heard before the super committee delivers its plan on Nov 23?
  • RootCause: Five investments your organization can skip via @SSIReview:
  • Philanthropy: New Study Says Charities Could Lose Up to $3.2-Billion From Obama Tax Change
  • GTak: One reason why nonprofits need to take care in preparing 990s! MT @ssstrom of the New York Times – any random 5 nonprofit tax forms produces at least 1 good story
  • emilychan: Daylong seminar @ the White House on ”pay for success” projects will stream live this Fri via @Philanthropy
  • SSIReview: Is the logical next chapter of the social innovation story law and policy?
  • OmidyarNetwork: Definitely worth sharing again…our VP @amyklement interviewed by @theGIIN on our hybrid model & approach: 
  • mashable: 11 Innovative Crowdfunding Platforms for Social Good:
  • SSIReview: What exactly is World Poverty Eradication Day and how are people participating in it?
  • netimpact: ONE WEEK until #ni11 takes over PDX! Make sure you've got your ticket for the CSR sustainability event of the yr: - [Ed. –  Emily and I will see you there!]

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