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:
- “President Trump said on Sunday that a Trump Tower meeting between top campaign aides and a Kremlin-connected lawyer was designed to “get information on an opponent” — the starkest acknowledgment yet that a statement he dictated last year about the encounter was misleading.” NY Times
- “Republican Rep. Devin Nunes of California, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, appears to have moved from criticizing the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election to strategizing about how to blunt its impact should it imperil President Trump.” Washington Post
Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:
- Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING: 12 Reasons Why You Should Gracefully Resign from a Nonprofit Board
- NY Times: In 2014, GoPro founder Nicholas Woodman donated $500 million to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Four years on, there is almost no trace of the Woodman Foundation, or that $500 million. How Tech Billionaires Hack Their Taxes With a Philanthropic Loophole (NYT)
- Daniel Hemel: A “philanthropic loophole” used by “tech billionaires” to “hack” their taxes? Maybe donor advised funds aren’t so dastardly after all . . . Medium
- Adler & Colvin: New post on #Nonprofit Law Matters: Treasury Releases Final Substantiation Regulations by Matt Clausen #charities #charitablegiving
- Ben Soskis: Reagan’s celebration of the American tradition of “neighbor helping neighbor.” GHW Bush’s hymning of the thousands points of light; GW Bush’s calls for “compassionate conservatism.” We don’t hear this sort of thing from Trump’s GOP. What happened? Washington Post
- Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING: Nonprofit Workplace Culture: Why It Matters So Much to Us
- Anne Wallestad: Lots to reflect on in new @EPIPNational report on the experiences of foundation staff. Boards should take note of how their leadership is being experienced and perceived – especially as it relates to diversity, inclusion, and equity. Dissonance & Disconnects – The EPIP Sector Experience Survey Report
- For Purpose Law: … How Big is “Too Big” For a Community Foundation?
- Native Philanthropy: “Native philanthropy matters not only to Native peoples or a small niche of foundations, but to society as a whole.” – Sarah Eagle Heart Thank you @InsidePhilanthr for recognizing our work! Let’s keep creating change. Helping Philanthropy Understand and Connect With Native American Communities
- CompassPoint: 👁️♥️✊🏽 We’re excited to share our new VISION & VALUES. ✊🏽♥️👁️
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