Nonprofit Tweets the Week – October 4, 2013



Back home after a great week in New York at the Independent Sector Annual Conference. Unfortunately, the most memorable event of the week was the federal government shutdown. Have a listen to Leonard Cohen's Democracy while persusing this week's tweets: on nonprofits, philanthropy, governance and social enterprises:

  • U.S. Capitol: Due to a lapse in government funding, this account will not be active until further notice.
  • Lucy Benholz: Gov shutdown and NPO use of gov data – Ocean Conservancy 
  • Law for Change: Thoughts? We Need A Tax Professional To Run The IRS - Forbes
  • Lucy Bernholz: key facts on US Foundations – out today from Foundation Center 
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: Who Really Gets Paid In The Nonprofit World?
  • Nonprofit Law News: Assets Held by Charitable Organizations Are Safe From Claims of Creditors in… | by Manatt
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: Stanford PACS Center published 4 new reports on philanthropy, nonprofits, tech, & policy:
  • Bridgespan Group: #NonprofitDueDiligence: Researching a potential grantee's organization and operations #StrategicPhilanthropy
  • Gene: Philanthropy and the Millennium Development Goals – PND Blog
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Why is it that board members gravitate to operations?
  • Jed Emerson: Price Waterhouse on Measuring [and Managing] Total Impact