Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 1/16/15

Martin Luther King memorial in Washington.

Always inspired by the memorials in Washington DC, particularly around Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Have a listen to Common and John Legend perform Glory while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • California Wellness Foundation: 6 Trends to Watch in #2015 via @Philanthropy #philanthropy #nonprofits #giving
  • Philanthropy: Opinion: The @WhiteHouse declares that nonprofits need overhead help @NatlCouncilNPs
  • Robert Eggar: Shrinking IRS struggles to keep up with growing number of tax-exempt charities –
  • Cecily Jackson Zapata: #IRS #nonprofit dark money rules will be so late they won’t impact 2016 election Pro Publica
  • Marc Lane: The Most Important Word for #Nonprofits: Merger via @HuffPostDC @robertegger
  • CalNonprofits: Are there too many nonprofits in the US? Check out “Births & Deaths” in @npquarterly from @GuideStarUSA researcher:
  • Fast Company Exist: Now you can buy your Thin Mints online, as the Girl Scouts undertake a tech overhaul [Ed. It’s notable to see that the online strategy looks to be designed as mission-related and not primarily for commercial purposes to avoid UBIT and related issues.]
  • Ellis Carter: Best of CharityLawyer 2014 –
  • Sustainable Law Group: The Year in Social Enterprise – an Interview with Jim Schorr
  • Acumen: To foster innovation, should government get out of the way? No, says @MazzucatoM, government should be a partner: Foreign Affairs