Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – October 31, 2014

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This week: the San Francisco Giants won the World Series and Madison Bumgarner cemented his legendary status. Have a listen to Steve Perry lead the Giants’ crowd singing Don’t Stop Believing while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Pro Publica: .@ProPublica & @NPR investigate: How @RedCross botched #Sandy, put PR over people.  Watch: [Ed. Also see the American Red Cross’ response here.]
  • Rick Cohen: LIVE BLOG: Exponent Philanthropy Conference – on opening plenary: Michael Smith‘s of My Brother’s Keeper #Exponent14 NPQ
  • Pete Manzo: Philanthropy vs charity – false dichotomy, good history and context by Benjamin Soskis in Chronicle of Philanthropy
  • Diana Aviv: Latest from our friends at @urbaninstitute: #Nonprofits are worth nearly $900B to the U.S. economy, 5.4% of GDP!
  • Erin Bradrick: I volunteer with nonprofits and I vote! @CalNonprofits #npstrong
  • Emily Chan: Public Charities in an Election Year – a list of do’s & don’ts on some common issues: Nonprofit Law Matters
  • BBC Capital: New to a board? Do this first #CorpGov @LucyMarcus
  • Gene: Dysfunctional Levels in Nonprofit Boards & Organizations. via @EugeneFram
  • Ellis Carter: Tips for Nonprofit Employers Outsourcing Payroll Duties Charity Lawyer Blog #nonprofits
  • Chronicle of Philanthropy: Opinion: Donor-advised funds are a boon to savvy charities
  • Chronicle of Philanthropy: Opinion: Donor-advised funds let wall street steer charitable donations
  • RWJF Commission: ‘Social Impact Bonds’ Tap Private Money for Public Health  #SIBs
  • Michelle Baker: Is being a ‘good’ business good for business? #Bcorp