Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 1/30/15

Yalnız Adam

Sadly, terrorism in the Middle East (ISIS), Nigeria (Boko Haram), and on the silver screen (American Sniper) dominated the news the past week. But today, we celebrate Fred Korematsu Day. If you don’t know this civil rights hero and first Asian American to have a day named after him in the United States, check out his story on the Korematsu Institute website. Then, have a listen to Yusuf islam (Cat Stevens) Peace Train while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • BoardSource: Just Released: New National Study on Nonprofit Board Practices #LeadingWithIntent
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: The 2014 BoardSource Governance Index is out! Is your board out of step with the norm?
  • Independent Sector: MUST READ: See our statement on the President’s 2015 State of the Union Address. #SOTU
  • Gene: The Challenges of New Nonprofits – | #fiscalsponsorship as incubator may mitigate
  • Ron Muriera: Great info! “Fiscal Sponsorship: Legal Primer” by @GTak on LinkedIn
  • Philanthropy: A victory for @carlmalamud: Court orders IRS to release computer-readable charity tax forms:
  • Rick Cohen: Wall Street Finds Social Impact Bonds to Be Attractive Investment Options – could write #SIBs article every day NPQ
  • World Economic Forum: The key moments from Davos 2015
  • Gene: Will Unilever become the world’s largest publicly traded B corp? | The Guardian #socent
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: Making progress on the #fourthsector agenda – read a recap of the #4thsectordc convening: @HeatherGrady1 #socent