Stay informed of the week’s notable events and shared resources with this curated list of Nonprofit Tweets of the Week.
Notable Events of the Week:
- “On a day of pomp and pageantry, ebullient Democrats assumed control of the House on Thursday and elected Representative Nancy Pelosi of California to be speaker, returning her to a historic distinction as the first woman to hold the post at the pinnacle of power in Congress, second in line to the presidency.” NY Times
- “President Trump, 12 days into a government shutdown and facing new scrutiny from emboldened Democrats, inaugurated the new year Wednesday with a Cabinet meeting. It quickly became a 95-minute stream-of-consciousness defense of his presidency and worldview, filled with falsehoods, revisionist history and self-aggrandizement. … Trump trashed his former secretary of defense, retired four-star Marine Gen. Jim Mattis, as a failure after once holding him out as a star of his administration.” Washington Post
- “Sen. Elizabeth Warren jumped into the 2020 presidential campaign Monday, offering a message of economic populism as she became the best-known Democratic candidate yet to enter what is expected to be a crowded race.” Washington Post
Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:
- Nonprofit Quarterly: These trends can and should be seen as opportunities for breakthroughs in 2019, and NPQ will be here right by your side while we seize the day: http://bit.ly/2RopN7K
- NCRP: If you missed any of our countdown of @NCRP’s Top 10 most popular blog posts of 2018, here they are in one place: https://www.ncrp.org/2019/01/most-popular-blog-posts-2018.html
- Caitlin Duffy: Great piece on sharing leadership, access, identity + decision-making via foundations + individual giving, e.g. #DAFs, by @lisa_rang for @GivingCompass, drawing from our learning @NCRP #Philamplify #PowerMovesEquity Giving In The New Year: A Novel Approach To Sharing Power
- Ford Foundation: [email protected]’s @kdreich breaks down six lessons learned from our efforts to help build a robust network of civil society organizations around the world. Reflections on the first year of BUILD
- Inside Philanthropy: Crystal ball check-in: How did we do at forecasting 2018 philanthropy? http://bit.ly/2LQyHG8
- Chronicle of Philanthropy: Here are a dozen resources that thousands read in the past year: The 12 Most Popular Resources of 2018
- Nonprofit Quarterly: Looking back at some of NPQ’s most popular and influential content in the last year: http://bit.ly/2GSsU3L
- BoardSource: If you want your board meeting to have a maximum impact, board meeting logistics are important. In this BoardSource blog post, learn about the where, when, and how of planning effective and enjoyable meetings, both for nonprofit staff and board members. How to “Host” a Successful Board Meeting
- Dave Barry: Dave Barry’s Year in Review: Is there anything good we can say about 2018?
- Washington Post: Washington Post beat reporters and columnists forecast the big stories, themes and questions they think will dominate 2019. Here’s our Year in Preview.
Themed Media Selection:
The Year in Illustration (NY Times)