The MIT School of Engineering’s mission is to educate the next generation of engineering leaders, to create new knowledge, and to serve society. On Pi Day, March 14, help us fuel that mission by making a gift to the School of Engineering.
The Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) Challenge
If 225 donors make gifts of any amount on Pi Day, March 14, the MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) will receive a total of $50,000 from two anonymous donors, one of whom is a MITES alum. Each will make a $25,000 challenge gift to offer underserved K–12 students access to top-caliber science and engineering programs, free of charge.
225 / 225 Gifts
The MIT 24-Hour Challenge
If 6,283 MIT alumni, students, parents, and friends give to MIT on March 14, 2019, a generous anonymous alum challenger will give the Institute $314,159, fueling the future at MIT and around the world.
6,283 / 6,283 Gifts
The Women's Technology Program in EECS Challenge
When 75 people make a gift of any size to WTP during MIT’s 24-HR Challenge, a generous anonymous donor will match $2,500 to support WTP. When 150 people make a gift of any size to WTP, an additional $2,500 will be matched, for a total of a $5,000 donation to WTP!
150 / 150 Gifts
The Nuclear Science and Engineering Challenge
If 20 donors give any amount to NSE, emeritus NSE professor Sidney Yip will give $2,500. If another 20 donors—40 total—give, Professor Yip will give another $2,500, for a $5,000 total gift.
40 / 40 Gifts
Course 20 Challenge
In the Course 20 Challenge, each 15 donors giving to MIT Biological Engineering on Pi Day, March 14, will unlock an additional $5,000—totaling up to $15,000—from Susan Whitehead HM, MIT Corporation life member.
45 / 45 Gifts
The MechE Challenge
Challenger Mick Mountz, Mech Eng, Class of 1987, is offering $5,000 if 50 MechE friends and alumni also contribute on the day. If another 50 donors make a gift, Mick will give an additional $5,000—$10,000 total!
100 / 100 Gifts
The MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund Challenge
If 50 donors make a gift to the MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund Program on Pi Day, March 14, challenger Chris Schaepe will contribute $5,000 to the Fund: $2,500 for the first 25 donors and $2,500 for the next 25.