Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 3/3/17

The past week was marked by the discovery of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Session‘s highly suspicious meetings with the Russian ambassador to the United States “at the height of what U.S. intelligence officials say was a Russian cyber campaign to upend the U.S. presidential race” and his failure to disclose such meetings during his confirmation hearing as required (perjury?), and the Academy Awards (with its announcing of the wrong movie as best picture). Have a listen to Bob Marley‘s Mix Up, Mix Up while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • NPR: Lawsuit Alleges That Paypal Diverted Donations To Different Charities
  • NYT Politics: No fan of IRS, Trump moves to cut its funds by 14% over the wishes of his Treasury secretary
  • Alan Cantor: How will political changes affect nonprofits? Not well, I’m afraid. “Collateral Damage.”
  • National Council of Nonprofits: As we look forward to the #JointSession tonight, here are 6 policy issues affecting #nonprofits that may come up
  • NCRP: The times demand that #philanthropy take specific actions targeting specific policies. Statements aren’t enough.
  • Caitlin Duffy: Nine sector leaders share how #philanthropy can support resistance, including @iimayho @EnrightGEO @janmasaoka NCRP
  • BoardSource: On 3/7 our CEO, @AnneWallestad joins @indsector for a webinar on the importance of nonprofit advocacy. #S4YM IndSector
  • Gene: We hope you join us in signing onto the Community Letter in Support of Nonpartisanship available at GiveVoice
  • Anne Wallestad: A stronger case for board diversity. Fantastic new blog from @BoardSource board chair, @Rick_Moyers
  • Ellis Carter: You’re the Chair of the Board -Now What?: