Stay informed of the week’s notable events and shared resources with this curated list of Nonprofit Resources of the Week.

Notable Nonprofit Posts, Articles, & Other Resources:

How José Andrés and His Corps of Cooks Became Leaders in Disaster Aid (Kim Severson, NY Times)

The Coming Attacks on Nonprofits (Rachel Kleinfeld, Chronicle of Philanthropy)

Philanthropy’s New Voice: Building Trust With Deeper Stories and Clear Language (Council on Foundations)

Nonprofits Can Mobilize Voters…And Should (Isaiah Thompson, Nonprofit Quarterly)

Group Lays Groundwork to Test Tax Code Political Donation Limits (Erin McManus, Tax Notes)

Johnson Amendment Second Morsel: Escape Routes (Linda Rosenthal, For Purpose Law Group)

Policy Incrementalism and How Philanthropy’s Support Can Turn Small Sustained Steps into Big Impact (William Foster, Marc Solomon, Eric Chen, Zach Slobig, Bridgespan Group)

Top Ten Current Key Copyright Issues and Pitfalls Affecting Nonprofits (George Constantine, Andrew Steinberg, Linda Zirkelbach, Venable, JD Supra)

Managing Oneself (Peter F. Drucker, Harvard Business Review)

The 2024 Best NPOs To Work For: Data Shows Satisfaction Slipping In Some Areas (Richard H. Levey, NonProfit Times)

Significant Events:

  • “World Central Kitchen said Tuesday that it was immediately halting its operations in Gaza after seven of its workers were killed in an Israeli strike, threatening already precarious deliveries to the besieged enclave.” Washington Post
  • “President Biden threatened on Thursday to condition future support for Israel on how it addresses his concerns about civilian casualties and the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, attempting for the first time to leverage American aid to influence the conduct of the war against Hamas.” NY Times
  • How Tech Giants Cut Corners to Harvest Data for A.I. OpenAI, Google and Meta ignored corporate policies, altered their own rules and discussed skirting copyright law as they sought online information to train their newest artificial intelligence systems.” NY Times

Equity and Justice Related Articles & Resources:

Leveling the Playing Field (Suhasini Yeeda, NCRP)

A Multiracial Democracy in the United States Requires Racial Repair (Nicole Carty, Aria Florant & Vikas Maturi, Stanford Social Innovation Review)

America’s 1st openly gay elected official is concerned about today’s attacks on LGBTQ people (Isabela Espadas Barros Leal, NBC News)

Climate Change Articles & Resources:

Is the Fight Against Climate Change Losing Momentum? (Bill McKibben, New Yorker)

Can We Engineer Our Way Out of the Climate Crisis? (David Gelles, NY Times)

A 600-Year-Old Blueprint for Weathering Climate Change (Kathleen DuVal, Atlantic)