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:
- The Cambridge Analytica scandal, explained in three quick paragraphs. The Atlantic
- “Congressional negotiators reached a tentative agreement Wednesday night on a $1.3 trillion federal spending bill, releasing it to the public just 52 hours before a government shutdown deadline.” Washington Post
- “President Trump named John R. Bolton, a hard-line former American ambassador to the United Nations, as his third national security adviser on Thursday, continuing a shake-up that creates one of the most hawkish national security teams of any White House in recent history.” New York Times
Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:
- National Council of Nonprofits: What do the provisions of the 2,232 page #omnibus spending bill mean for #nonprofits? Our rundown now available: http://bit.ly/2pxipru [Ed. Very importantly, policy riders to weaken the Johnson Amendment were wisely left out of the bill.]
- CalNonprofits: Q: How did nonprofits in California respond to a chaotic 2017? A: By standing up for their communities!
Download your own copy of our 2017 Annual Report: “Strengthening the ecosystem for California’s nonprofits” #Nonprofits
- Nonprofit VOTE: Today we released our Engaging New Voters report with amazing findings on how nonprofits motivate younger voters to get to the polls. Download the report here!
- BoardSource: Foundation Board Diversity: Five Things We Can Do to Break from the Current Reality
- Nonprofit Quarterly: A Must-Read for Leaders: A nonprofit guide to self-coaching on leadership and management issues: NPQ
- Nell Edgington: Nonprofit Scarcity Thinking Will Get You Nowhere: http://ow.ly/lNDe30j3iW9 #philanthropy
- Nonprofit Quarterly: Trending in Management – Another Launchpad Failure: Nonprofit Earned-Income Ventures Aren’t Rockets
- Perlman & Perlman: #GDPR is coming. Will your organization be ready?
- Nonprofit Times: Three charities were hit with cease-and-desist letters by the California AG and a fourth agreed to dissolve – http://ow.ly/vf0130j6vQg #nonprofit #fundraising #philanthropy
- ImpactAssets: Blockchain and donor advised funds: a story about #boomers and #millennials collaborating to redirect capital and help find solutions for those in need. http://ht.ly/IR5S30j4b8B #philanthropy #blockchainforgood
Themed Media Selection:
Enough. (TIME magazine cover) – The Hill