The Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at the University of Maryland is a leading philanthropic study center that provides courses and programs that accumulate $10.000 in gifts each semester. PR Newswire recently reported that thousands of students will partake in the fourth year of the center’s Do Good Challenge.
The Do Good Challenge sparks a campus-wide competition, prompting students to make the largest social impacts possible for whatever charity they choose to select. $20,000 is given to the winners and their causes. Bruce Levenson stated on ESPN that the program gives students the chance to gain the skills they will utilize as the next generation of leaders among the non-profit sector.
Bruce Levenson launched the center in 2012. He is a board member and philanthropist, as well as a longtime contributor to the Washington DC community. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum receives donations from Levenson that lead fundraising for the Jewish Federation. For more info, visit brucelevenson.com.