Nonprofit Law Blogs

The Chronicle of Philanthropy recently added a service called Give and Take:  A Roundup of Nonprofit Blogs.  While this blog has yet to have the good fortune of being included in the Chronicle’s Roundup, it has brought to my attention several blogs worth a look.  I list below a few of the blogs I like to visit:

Legal-oriented:

Charity Governance BlogJack Siegel’s informative and entertaining blog.  Must read.

The Nonprofit and Foundation Advocacy Blog – Blog hosted by Alliance for Justice to strengthen the voices of nonprofits and foundations and to provide a better understanding of the laws that govern their participation in the policy process.

Philanthropy:

BuzzOnPhilanthropy’s news and commentary blog.

Gift Hub – Blog edited by Philip Cubeta, Morals Tutor to America’s Wealthiest Families.

PhilanthroMedia – Blog for discerning donors.

Philanthropy 2173 – Award-winning blog by Blueprint Research & Design, Inc.

Stanford Social Innovation Review Opinion Blog – Blog featuring a powerhouse lineup of opinion leaders including Bruce Sievers, lecturer and visiting scholar at Stanford (one of my former profs), and Perla Ni, founder and former publisher of the Stanford Social Innovation Review and founder of GreatNonprofits (one of my clients).

Tactical Philanthropy – by Sean Stannard-Stockton, philanthropic consultant.

With – by Michael Gilbert, foundation consultant and publisher and editor of Nonprofit Online News

Other San Francisco Bay Area bloggers:

Aspiration Blogs – Blog by Heather Carpenter, a dedicated, sincere and optimistic nonprofit management consultant.

Fundraising for Nonprofits:  Inspiring Gifts that Transform – Blog by Gayle Roberts, professional fundraising counselor.

International:

Nonprofitrecht Weblog – German Nonprofit (Tax) Law Blog (in German) by Stefan Winheller (one of my LinkedIn contacts)

2 thoughts on “Nonprofit Law Blogs

  1. Hey Gene, thanks for the link. Always nice to discover another Bay Area blogger.

  2. Gene:
    Thanks for the kind words! Awesome blog posts lately–super important things.
    Heather

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