Booster Funds Awarded to Do Good Challenge Competitors

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (Jan. 30, 2015) Organizers of the University of Maryland’s Do Good Challenge have announced “Do Good Booster Fund” recipients for this year’s competition. Eighteen promising UMD student groups, who will compete this spring in the 2015 challenge, received a combined total of more than $7,000 in seed funding to jump-start their projects and ventures. These students recently pitched their Do Good ideas – targeting a social cause – to a panel of judges for a chance to receive between $100-$500 and mentorship from campus experts in philanthropy and social entrepreneurship.

Pitch Dingman Competition

Watch five student entrepreneurs pitch a panel of all-star judges for $3,500 in seed funding. Audience will text-to-vote for the $500 Audience Choice Award. 

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David Kriesberg & Ethan Reggia

Erika Binsley

Sanil Shah, Nick Bentley, Adi Ayyakad & Kanay Patel

Elakian Kanakaraj, Avinash Satishm, Karan Singh, Brandon Azzi & Evan Qi

March 4, 2015 - 6:00pm


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