In 2012 we launched a unique experiment to empower the future leaders of nonprofit organizations and permeate an entire university with philanthropic spirit. In just two short years, this experiment has grown past our wildest expectations.
Our spark caught fire, spurring an innovative and impactful approach to college learning that is unparalleled across higher education. Due to the growing importance of this sector, the University of Maryland School of Public Policy established the Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership.
Oct 14, 2014
To kick off homecoming, more than 500 students worked together to prepare about 100,000 meals for people in need — mostly from the local area, but also around the world — at an annual service event Saturday in Stamp Student Union
Oct 04, 2014
Applicants can request between $100-$500 in grant funding to be used to jump-start their project or organization.
Undergraduate Student Holly Cuozzo Uses Experience as a Rawlings Fellow to Inspire Her Passion for Doing GoodSep 26, 2014
Through her work as a University of Maryland School of Public Policy Rawlings Leadership Undergraduate Fellow and a finalist in the School of Public Policy’s 2014 Do Good Challenge, current student Holly Cuozzo learned how to work with others to create social change.
May 28, 2014
What happens once Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership students graduate and move into the real world? They keep giving, of course!
May 28, 2014
Senior's social networking site connects those in the process of coming out.