Programs at the Ginsberg Center, such as SERVE’s Alternative Spring Break, need private sources of funding to sustain and grow our work. The reasons for giving are clear: to assist U-M faculty and schools in developing new service-learning courses, to provide U-M students with opportunities to pursue their community service and leadership interests, and to bring U-M students and faculty and communities together to work on solving community-identified problems.
The University of Michigan, major donors, nonprofit and government agencies, local community and national foundations, annual fund donors and program alumni together help sustain the work of the Ginsberg Center. We are grateful for their generous support; our future depends on them and on finding new supporters of our work. To make a difference, we need your help.
The Development Office promotes the mission of the Ginsberg Center at the University of Michigan. Gifts to the Ginsberg Center enhance the Ginsberg Center’s programs and initiatives, and assist in fostering local, national and international community service learning opportunities.
If you would like to make a gift to the Ginsberg Center, to support the work of Alternative Spring Break in general, or to make a gift to a specific ASB site, click the link below and visit our Leaders and Best donation site:
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