MIT 24-Hour Challenge 2024 presents:

PKG Public Service Center

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PKG Public Service Center

157 donors

raised $33,497

125 donor goal

About This Microchallenge

If 125 donors give to the PKG Center on March 14, $20,000 will be donated by Jim Zaorski ’80, Dheera Ananthakrishnan ’90, MBA ’23, and members of the family of Paul and Priscilla Gray (Virginia and Tom Army, Amy and Dave Sluyter, Andrew and Yuki Gray, Weezie and Tim Huyck, and all their children). 

About the PKG Public Service Center

Serving more than 1,000 students annually, the PKG Center leverages MIT students’ unique skills and interests to prepare them to explore and address complex social and environmental challenges. We educate students to collaborate ethically and effectively with communities, and to engage in meaningful public service today and in their lives beyond MIT. Your gift during the 24-Hour Challenge directly supports students participating in the PKG Center’s programs, from Social Impact Internships to PKG Fellowships and the IDEAS Social Innovation Challenge. Thank you! 

*If you do not see a particular fund listed, you can donate on the MIT giving site and still be counted in the MIT 24-Hour Challenge. 

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