Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – May 16, 2014


Congratulations to Michele Berger, a Nonprofit Law Blog contributor and our valued legal assistant for the past two years! Michele’s graduation ceremony takes place tomorrow, and she has a very bright future ahead! Have a listen to Third Eye Blind’s Graduate while perusing this week’s tweets on nonprofits, philanthropy, governance and social enterprises:

Council on Nonprofits: Here’s our take on the financial state of the #nonprofit sector #2014Survey No more “safety” in safety net!
The Atlantic: The importance of criticizing philanthropy
The Atlantic: How should philanthropies respond to emergencies?
The Atlantic: How philanthropy in the U.S. is inspiring foreigners to give
Lucy Bernholz: Philanthropy in a time of polarization from SSIReview
Gene: Coming: Multistate Charity Registration in 1 place: Single Portal Initiative – Emily Chan
Lori Larson: Timing is also everything for #transparency. If #nonprofits wait 8 months to file 990s, it takes even longer to become public. #GSImpactCall
Betsy Grossman: Comm’r Lough: IRS won’t revoke orgs on audit if only problem is gov’g docs so less review of docs at 1023EZ application stage ok
Center for Social Innovation: Complimentary webinar from @SSIR: Better Board Governance with @StanfordBiz Lecturer Bill Meehan – 5/21 @ 11am PDT
Nonprofit Quarterly: What should a board do once it discovers evidence of embezzlement?
Law for Change: Legal issues Business Leaders Need to Know About in 2014
Beth Kanter: The Sharing Economy and why it is important for nonprofits #SHARE2014
Lucy Bernolz: The Sharing Economy holds its first Conference LinkedIn