170 donors needed for MIT D-Lab
If 85 donors make a gift to MIT D-Lab on Pi Day, March 14, then Dom Ricci ’99, Ken Ong '80 and Johnny Yang ’04 will give $3,750, and if another 85 donors give, they will give a total of $7,500.
MIT D-Lab works with students, faculty, and staff and people around the world to develop and advance collaborative approaches and practical solutions to global poverty challenges. D-Lab addresses challenges in areas like energy, agriculture, water, mobile health, and local innovation, have reached more than a 1.5 million people around the globe. At D-Lab’s core is the belief that anyone can innovate and build solutions to better their community’s future.
D-Lab has has had more than 2,000 MIT students in its classes and programs over 16 years. Please support D-Lab in educating the next generation of global problem-solvers by giving to D-Lab during the MIT 24-Hour Challenge on Pi Day, March 14.
Your gift helps MIT D-Lab to fulfill its mission to alleviate global poverty through invention, interdisciplinary coursework, research, and collaborations with communities around the world.