The past week was marked by Giving Tuesday and another grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer who caused an unarmed black man’s death. Have a listen to Amy Grant’s version of Grown-Up Christmas List while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:
- Mashable: These are the charitable causes Americans care about most: http://on.mash.to/1FKW36g #GivingTuesday
- Philanthropy: We’re collecting some of the best #GivingTuesday posts on social media today. Check it out: http://ow.ly/FdXAO
- Grist: Meet the BART-stopping woman behind “Black Lives Matter” http://bit.ly/1yjA54i
- Haas, Jr. Fund: Read this insight brief on board development: how can we build better non-profit boards?
- Nell Eddington: November was a very interesting month in the world of social change: http://ow.ly/FdR8E #philanthropy #nonprofit
- Sandra Feinsmith: Restoring Trust In IRS Is A National Imperative http://onforb.es/1v7JXvY via @forbes
- CalNonprofits: Did you know that as of January 1, 2015, a new law prohibits non-voting ex officio board members? Find out here http://bit.ly/1FLmIzY
- Nonprofit Centers: Miss our webinar on UBIT? Erin Bradrick blogged about it here: http://bit.ly/1I0c3mQ
- Gene: Cosby’s #philanthropy also affected by rape claims http://usat.ly/1B35o9z
- Stanford Social Innovation Review: Second curve #philanthropy: the gap between organized philanthropy and grassroots #activism: http://ow.ly/FanBp @iftf @mgorbis
- Forbes: 2014 Special #Philanthropy Issue
- Law Cite Sleuth: How To Torpedo Your Tax Exemption: The Fifth Way http://shar.es/1XSSEv via @forpurposelaw
- Victoria: Interesting Nonprofit Collaboration Infographic | GrantSpace http://buff.ly/1y8N0uN
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