Tweets of the Week – November 19, 2010

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • npquarterly: Rick Cohen on what's in store for #philanthropy in the new Congressional session. http://bit.ly/dBvo68
  • PatrickSternal: Top Ten List: What the Elections Mean for the Nonprofit Sector | Alliance for Charitable Reform: http://bit.ly/dqRna9
  • nonprofitlawyer: Disclosure rules for cause-related marketing via @NYTimes http://nyti.ms/auLqgm
  • GTak: Bill Choi: Styles v Friends of Fiji & Nat'l Heritage Fdn case – be careful of where you set up your donor advised funds
  • tactphil: New Blog Post: Billionaire: Pop Culture Aspirations & Philanthropy http://bit.ly/9MqhNG
  • npmaven: #arnova10: Vital Voices: No surprise, very little change in board diversity 1993-2010 (86 vs. 84% white).
  • COF_: Hybrid Corporations: What Business Are You In? B corp? L3C? http://cot.ag/cbrcg3
  • BCorporation: Great explanation of the difference btwn #BCorp & benefit corporation (i.e. #MD)! http://bit.ly/cHNu9H
  • ssstrom: I hear an echo …..http://tinyurl.com/3aggksg @Ventureneer: The mission/money mix – good models 4 #[email protected] ~ http://bit.ly/dzgMOh
  • philaction: Microfinance's sunny days ahead, my latest for SSIR http://bit.ly/anNavs
  • artsgal: #arnova10 ending poverty in the world can't happen if citizens don't trust their governments, this is where nonprofits can make change, Oxfam

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