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

  • Emily: Many legal gray areas in digital advocacy. Q for org about risk tolerance – know the current risks! http://bit.ly/AykUK6
  • Gene: If IRS audits, good to have policy and preserve record of immediately correcting any possible violation. – Greg Colvin
  • Philanthropy: Hull House Collapse is a Wake-Up Call for Boards and Executives http://ow.ly/9jxQ5 
  • Patrick Sternal: Court fight over Cato http://politi.co/wSGUmO | Interesting: Cato Inst. appears to be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corp with shareholders [Ed. Kansas not-for-profit corporations may have shareholders]
  • Nell Edgington: For Nonprofits, Time to End Business As Usual from ABL Impact – http://ow.ly/9jtCl
  • Law Firm For Nonprofits: We filed the 990-N – is that it? Maybe not, and we’ll tell you why at http://www.501c3lawblog.com
  • Nonprofit Law News: Charitable Solicitation and Commercial Co-Venturer Red Flags: Insights for… http://bit.ly/xhvpv6 | by Venable LLP
  • Caroline Preston: ‘Yunus Was Right,’ SKS Microfinance Founder Says http://india.blogs.nytimes.com/
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Did you know NPQ opened up most of its archived magazine content? Browse away! http://owl.li/9h4T4
  • C. Garber Siegrist: Benefit Corporations Aim to Make a Profit — and a Positive Impact http://www.pbs.org/newshour/
  • Emily: Watch Carnegie Council workshop w/ Alice Korngold: How for-profit & nonprofit boards promote profitable & ethical orgs http://bit.ly/xvXEig

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