Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – June 13, 2014

Soccer stadium, flag of Brazil

Much of the world is focused on the World Cup and Brazil (home of many of my relatives). Have a listen to We Are One (Ole Ola) [The Official 2014 FIFA World Cup Song] while perusing this week’s tweets on nonprofits, philanthropy, governance and social enterprises:

  • NGO Source: Strategic #Philanthropy for a Complex World | @SSIReview
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Bill Schambra takes on the recent @SSIReview article on strategic #philanthropy [Ed. Also see the response from one of the SSIR authors in the comments.]
  • Council on Foundations: New resource for community foundations from @MntrInstitute – What’s Next for Community Philanthropy Toolkit  #cf100
  • Lucy Bernholz: here is version of story on #IRS, #C4 data, and #FBI … National Review
  • Mark Hrywna: #IRS EO hopes to roll out new Form 1023 (exempt app) out within next month, on target to do that. Considering comments rec’d #AICPAnfp
  • Nonprofit Times: IRS Readying Shorter Application Form  #nonprofit #AICPAnfp
  • Emily Chan: Who’s the Boss? The Board or the Executive? via Blue Avocado: individual directors advise; but only 1 boss: the Board
  • CompassPoint: #nonprofit Board Chairs: It’s not just “what to do,” but “how to be.” New blog post here:
  • Gene: Is the South Bay’s Sobrato family getting ready to give away $5 billion? Biz Journals
  • Harvard Business: Michael Chu: For-profit platforms offer powerful avenues for solving social problems at #TransformativeScale
  • Michelle Baker: Social Enterprises Have a Hard Time Landing Capital – #socent