Bruce Levenson Facilitates Philanthropy

The Center For Philanthropy and Non-Profit Leadership at the University of Maryland has had swift growth, now being considered the leading philanthropic studies institution by the nation’s capital. As reported by PR Newswire, this innovative philanthropic center is responsible for tens of thousands of dollars being raised toward philanthropic pursuit every semester. Bruce and Karen Levenson started the facility three years ago, and Bruce maintains it is one of the greatest philanthropic undertakings he has accomplished. Currently, the center offers courses that will raise over ten thousand dollars every semester. The center is expanding, and has even recently incorporated a dormitory. The Levenson’s philanthropy center is quite the feather in the University of Maryland’s cap. Not only does this encourage donation, but students will continuously raise money through the center’s courses, such that now the University of Maryland has a very positive philanthropic quotient. This reputation has begun to pay off, as students involved with the center are now being frequently sought by D.C. non-profit organizations for actual work in the real world. The Levensons are absolutely ecstatic about the center and its impact now, and in future. Indeed, the students of this center will be able to profoundly impact the entire world in a way that’s good for everyone involved. Barry Levenson owns an NBA team and works as a board member and a philanthropist. He and his wife Karen have exceptional philanthropic aims, and are both regularly active in education and the betterment of society in general.