The COVID-19 outbreak is threatening the health of the family, friends, and communities we love but we also know that doing good for our communities will be even more important in the coming weeks and months. With our move to a ‘virtual’ campus and online operations, the Do Good Institute remains committed to continuing to support Terps with their Do Good projects while ensuring the health and safety of our community.
Given recent UMD and government guidance and actions, the 2020 Do Good Challenge and Finals event is understandably cancelled this spring. We recognize the disappointment this will cause our students and friends, but we know that our community is resilient and full of individuals committed to doing good for a lifetime.
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The annual Do Good Challenge inspires students to make a difference for the issues, ideas, and communities they care about. Students from across campus spend the year advocating, fundraising, volunteering and developing solutions for pressing social issues.
Join us on Thursday, April 30 when the Do Good Challenge culminates in a Finals event where six teams pitch their project or venture and the impact they've made for the chance to win a share of more than $20,000.