Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – September 26, 2014

Photo credit – E.S. Lim

Summer turned into fall and New York City was the hub of social good events including the People’s Climate March, Social Good Summit, Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, General Assembly of the United Nations and UN Climate Summit. Have a listen to Oscar Peterson‘s version of Autumn Leaves while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Liz Maw: Businesses making progress but to get real results need national policy on climate change & price on carbon says Henry Paulson #CGI2014
  • (RED): WOW “Women do 66% of work, produce 50% of food yet earn 10% of income & own less than 1% of land” @conniebritton: #2030NOW #SocialGoodSummit
  • Nell Edgington: Fascinating! New report from @TheEconomist How Gen X and Y are Transforming Philanthropy: #nonprofit
  • Tony Martignetti: A Board Member’s Guide to Nonprofit Overhead by @janmasaoka
  • For Purpose Law: “Is the Form 1023-EZ Too Easy? – Part III – The Applicant’s Decision” –
  • Politico: EXCLUSIVE: Lois Lerner: “I didn’t do anything wrong.”
  • Olive Grove Consulting: Did you catch today’s guest blog? Read “How Fiscal Sponsorship’s Shared Services Can Keep a #Nonprofit on Track”
  • Jan Masaoka: If you need this article, it’s awesome: Nonprofit #auctions: tax compliance guide from BlueAvocadoOrg
  • Fast Company Co.Exist: 5 secrets to engaging aspirational consumers.
  • Ellis Carter: Could a Bay Area news nonprofit take over some of its biggest newspapers?