Stay informed of the week’s notable events and shared resources with this curated list of Nonprofit Tweets of the Week.
Notable Events of the Week:
- “An ideologically divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that companies may require workers to settle employment disputes through individual arbitration rather than joining to press their complaints, a decision affecting as many as 25 million workers. … [T]he decision, involving a wage dispute, was roundly criticized on the left, and advocates said it could make it harder to press other workplace complaints such as discrimination and sexual harassment.” Washington Post
- Last Friday – “A nation plagued by a wrenching loop of mass school shootings watched the latest horror play out in this small Southeast Texas town Friday morning, as a young man armed with a shotgun and a .38 revolver smuggled under his coat opened fire on his high school campus, killing 10 people, many of them his fellow students, and wounding 10 more, the authorities said.” New York Times
- “President Donald Trump will not meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month, he announced in a letter to Kim released by the White House Thursday morning, scrapping plans for what would have been a historic diplomatic summit. He … warned North Korea that the US military is ready to act should Pyongyang take any “foolish and reckless” action.” CNN
Top 10 Nonprofit Tweets:
- Stanford Social Innovation Review: LLCs are gaining popularity as the elite’s preferred philanthropic vehicle, but will they enhance #socialgood or result in an abuse of power? Dana Brakman Reiser of @brooklynlaw explores this question in our Summer 2018 cover story: http://ow.ly/2O2C30k4AYZ #philanthropy
- Chronicle of Philanthropy: To figure out the implications of the new tax law for nonprofit leaders, the Chronicle assembled a trio of experts for a recent (and free!) #philwebinar. CoP
- Grace Chiang Nicolette: Leaders in #philanthropy and #nonprofits, did you see the new @CEPdata release this week on the impact of the US tax bill? Don’t miss it. CEP
- Jenny Chandler: Charitable giving through bequests predicted to go DOWN by approx $7 BILLION annually per Patrick Rooney https://buff.ly/2rVDu08 Thank you, federal tax law.
- Gene: Republicans on the House Appropriations Committee released a spending bill bill that would boost IRS funding (by less than 2%) AND bar funds for enforcement of the Johnson Amendment. The Hill | There’s work to be done to keep charities nonpartisan.
- Perlman & Perlman: In the world of nonprofit/for-profit tandem structures the juggling of public interest and private interest can be a challenge. @abromberger Private Benefit in Tandem Structures
- Packard Foundation: New #LearnFoundationLaw course for grantees on advocacy and lobbying now available. http://bit.ly/2ICUv5A
- Beth Kanter: A Culture of Wellbeing as a New Nonprofit Strength: Building Capacity During a Time of Disruption http://bit.ly/2J3qPSJ #nptech #nonprofit
- Anne Wallestad: What does it mean to #standforyourmission? Laurel O’Sullivan (@npoadvocacy) highlights one organization’s journey to systems change through board engagement in advocacy on @BoardSource blog. https://bit.ly/2wMJopi @JFSSD
- Polina Makeivsky: Excited to share my piece on “Rethinking Six Management Mantras for Better Innovation” in @SSIReview http://ow.ly/aGeg30k0yeK @AllianceNews @greatergood_ What have you done to make your #nonprofit culture more #innovation ready?