Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 10/19/18

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:

  • Saudi agents were waiting when Jamal Khashoggi walked into their country’s consulate in Istanbul two weeks ago. Mr. Khashoggi was dead within minutes, beheaded, dismembered, his fingers severed, and within two hours the killers were gone, according to details from audio recordings described by a senior Turkish official on Wednesday.” NY Times
  • “Russians working for a close ally of President Vladimir V. Putin engaged in an elaborate campaign of “information warfare” to interfere with the midterm elections, federal prosecutors said on Friday in unsealing a criminal complaint against one of them.” NY Times

Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:

  • Gene: In defense of distinguishing charities from businesses Philanthropy Daily
  • Darren Walker: With the global order changing so rapidly, it’s essential that foundations adapt as well, supporting and encouraging a new, more inclusive global order. Here are my thoughts published in Foreign Affairs.  #philanthropy (1/3)
  • M+R: Not completely sure what a c3 can and can’t do during election season? We teamed up with @AFJBeBold to answer your questions:
  • Liberty Hill Foundation: Want to know how you can maximize your philanthropic impact with donor advised funds? @LibertyHill’s Director of Philanthropy, @sarahvaill, offers 6 strategies in a new piece for @NCRP.
  • Gene: What Civil Rights History Can Teach Kavanaugh’s Critics via NY Times
  • Richard Rubin: The Opportunity Zone tax break has gotten a ton of interest from investors, and they have been waiting for Treasury regulations. Today is the day — and we’ve got an early peek. WSJ
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING: Risk, Uncertainty, and Nonprofit Entrepreneurship
  • Karim Harji: The Impact Principle – new report on widening and deepening the #impinv market – inc guidance on designing and managing for impact, while elevating impact integrity and transparency. Kudos to @RosieTLA for outstanding leadership. DL here
  • B Corporation: On equity, diversity and inclusion, and their role in the growing #BCorp movement: @caitlinkealey of @mediastyle shares her top #ChampionsRetreat2018 lessons.
  • Washington Post OpinionsWhat the Arab world needs most is free expression, #JamalKhashoggi wrote in a column for us shortly before his Oct. 2 disappearance. You can find Jamal’s latest column published in print Thursday. It is up now online:

Themed Media Selection:

CalNonprofits Policy Convention: Nonprofits Standing up for California