Show your support for MIT Hillel in the 24-Hour Challenge
On Pi Day, March 14, your gift to MIT Hillel goes farther than ever—a challenge is on, and if 100 donors make a gift of any size to the department, then Hillel’s challengers will give $5,500 to support Jewish life at MIT. If another 54 donors make gifts, MIT Hillel will receive another $5,500!
About MIT Hillel
MIT Hillel is a welcoming, pluralistic environment for all members of MIT’s Jewish community: students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Whether through informal discussion around campus, over Shabbat dinner, or observing the holidays together, the bright, questioning minds of MIT Hillel come together to learn and grow. Your support of MIT Hillel during the MIT 24-Hour Challenge on Pi Day fuels the future of MIT’s Jewish community!
A special thank-you to our challengers: anonymous alumni/ae from the Class of ’04 and the Sloan Class of ’88, another anonymous alum, MIT parents Eliahu Niewood ’87 and Joanne Kamens, and Wendy and Carlos Berner MCP ’00.