Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – March 28, 2014



Last Saturday was World Water Day. Have a listen to George Frideric Handel‘s Water Music while perusing this week’s tweets on nonprofits, philanthropy, governance and social enterprises:

  • Rad Campaign: Best Ideas and Strategies to Disrupt the Nonprofit Sector
  • YNPN: How nonprofits use social media: A report from Case Foundation & Social Media for Nonprofits
  • Independent Sector: Great blog by IS member @Living_Cities about how city government and philanthropy can partner to combat inequality
  • LivingCities: The State of Philanthropy: A must read from @RockefellerFdn’s Judith Rodin.
  • Bridgespan: Bridgespan Classic: 10 funding models commonly used by the largest nonprofits in the United States.
  • Gene: Great Resource! Preventing and Investigating Fraud, Embezzlement – Public Counsel
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: This disastrous nonprofit audit provides a playbook for organizational self-destruction
  • Council of Nonprofits: Make sure your nonprofit uses its IRS Form 990 as a way to tell its story Tips here from @PANONonprofits
  • Council of Nonprofits: IRS opens up re challenges w/ processing nonprofit applications and more
  • Gene: Opening Up: Demystifying Funder Transparency | new guide from Foundation Center
  • Nonprofit Issues: Is it illegal for a nonprofit to use money allocated to a building fund for general operating purposes?
  • Nonprofit Law News: Will Camp Tax Plan Impact Charitable Giving and Tax-exempt Organizations? by @BakerHostetler
  • Ashoka Changemakers: Wait, stock exchanges for social enterprises…? Yeah. Here’s why we need them:
  • Gene: Nonprofits must recognize both the collaborative opportunities & competition posed by for-profit social enterprise orgs – Reuters