The University of Maryland is home to the nation's first-ever Do Good Campus, powered by the Do Good Institute. The Do Good Campus engages students from orientation to graduation in "Do Good" events, projects, courses, and academic programs that help grow their knowledge, expertise and experience in nonprofit management, philanthropy, social innovation, and civic engagement. The annual, campus-wide Do Good Challenge inspires students to pursue fearless ideas, spark innovative solutions, and create social impact for today's most pressing problems. Challenge participants have addressed issues ranging from food insecurity in Prince George's County to the provision of emergency services to orphanages in Nepal; from climate change to childhood cancer; from medication recovery and delivery to residents in Ghana to the creation of an emergency fall detection device, and so much more.
Your support can power innovative teams, passionate leaders and curious problem solvers, who have big ideas and are taking action to tackle issues affecting our communities locally, nationally and globally.