Weekly Roundup: April 6

Here are links to the articles I’ve reviewed and posted to Twitter recently. This week’s topics include: Strategy & Management • Philanthropy • Funding & Fundraising • IRS & Reporting

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13 tips for disruptive nonprofit organizations to stay ahead of the curve ow.ly/3isZVi by CarolineAvakian on eJPhil

NonProfitBanker: Is Thinking More like a Business a Bad Thing? ow.ly/3iChKl

Embedding Fulfillment & Fun in Nonprofit Board Service ow.ly/3iSgpD by NpMaven via Radcampaign

Should every nonprofit start a biz? Probably not. In one word: strategy ow.ly/3iFGOz on NAFund

7 takeaways from “shmitah,” the Jewish sabbatical year for agriculture ow.ly/3ifx0g on eJPhil // my faves are 1, 2 & 3

5 lessons to better manage a nonprofit’s accrued knowledge ow.ly/3iYzRv by ThanRahan via GuideStarUSA on SSIReview


An interesting approach to personal giving & crowdfunding 》How I Double the Impact of my Philanthropy ow.ly/3ifxR8 on eJPhil

Is it more “effective” for billionaires to invest money in great business rather than in charity? ow.ly/3iP0DZ from FelixSalmon


New York State report: troubling statistics regarding nonprofit telemarketing campaigns ow.ly/3hWaIC / findings on pg 2, tips on pg 6

New report: The Missing Middle Donor ow.ly/3iFiaO from Sea Change Strategies via eJPhil

The next evolution of a social biz: a social stock exchange. Changemakers explains onforb.es/1jGzunw via GTak


NatlCouncilNPs: IRS opens up re challenges w/ processing nonprofit applications & more bit.ly/1iVIOFJ by BDONonprofit via GTak

Great resource to ensure that the 990 tells a nonprofit’s true story ow.ly/vuh6R from PANONonprofits via BuildNpCapacity

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