Bruce Levenson sold Atlanta Hawks in 2014, and he found a new job to do. Mr. Bruce is a participator and donor in the community development activities. The Do Good Institute is a non-profit organization which has been working hand in hand with the University of Maryland. The Do, Good Institute is one of the programs which have been extraordinary in the high education system, reveals PR Newswire. The main aim of the program is to assist students who are pursuing their undergraduate program at the University of Maryland, and expose them to an environment of helpers and non-profit so that they can be able to compete with their counterparts in the private institutions.
Bruce (brucelevenson.com) and his wife learned of the Do Good Institute that was being managed by people who had little exposure and did not have enough knowledge as well as resources to execute the program. The couple decided to give them a hand in running the program. In support of the University and the founders of the Do Good Institute Bruce and his wife Karen donated $75 million while the state of Maryland gave a donation. The Institute gave the first class $10000 to use for a course of their choice. The program was established in two protracted missions which are
- To change the University into a do good institution where every student who graduates from the University is informed and equipped to give back.
- To skill the next generation of non-profit leaders.
Bruce Levenson can well be described as an American entrepreneur and philanthropist. Mr. Bruce was the owner of an NBA organization Atlanta Hawks, http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/11493472/jason-whitlock-bruce-levenson-atlanta-hawks. Bruce Levenson comes from a Jewish background, but he grew up in Washington D.C. After his high school graduation, Bruce went to further his education at the Washington University in St Louis and later he graduated from the school of law. Bruce is passionate about people making him a great participator of the community activities, and he was the head of 5601several charity organizations.