Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 1/23/15

Winter view of Davos, famous Swiss skiing resort

The past week was marked by the President’s State of the Union address and the start of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Have a listen to the Beatles’ Getting Better while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • NPR News: Missed any part of our #SOTU coverage? See our re-cap, including early analysis and transcript, here: http://n.pr/15sTo3O
  • Philanthropy: Why nonprofits are finding much to like in @BarackObama’s tax plan: http://ow.ly/HLH4j
  • Suzanne Perry: What’s Next for Nonprofits This Year http://shar.es/1bYrDO via @Philanthropy
  • Phil Buchanan: Lack of good journalism about the sector among reasons for continued ignorant sweeping generalizations about NPs. http://tinyurl.com/mcaevjq
  • Jeff Schuck: Good thoughtful piece on #nonprofit #overhead by @philCEP along with some commentary by yours truly. Worth 5 minutes: Effective Philanthropy
  • Philantopic: Capacity: The #Philanthropy Buzzword For 2015 That’s Missing http://onforb.es/1G9EArD @forbes
  • Gene: Great legal resources for nonprofits available at Venable
  • Gene: 7 Reasons to Review Your Nonprofit’s Bylaws Now http://linkd.in/1C7Ehte
  • Nonprofit Law News: IRS Issues Long-Awaited Final Regulations for Charitable Hospitals http://bit.ly/1CjkmaM | by @Polsinelli
  • Bill Gates: [email protected] and I just released our Annual Letter—we’re making a big bet for the future: http://b-gat.es/15uzlSK
  • Oxfam International: Consumers won’t fall for greenwash. 2015 must be the year for #climate action http://oxf.am/Z5Ng #wef15
  • Law Cite Sleuth: Our Mini-Theme: Corporate Social Responsibility is Now Legal | Business Law Section http://shar.es/1bAue2