Bruce Levenson has become well known on Forbes among the NBA and philanthropic industries as a powerful donor who has spent a large amount of time seeking the best possible options for exploring the not for profit sector. The business career of Bruce Levenson began in 1977 and he now feels the time is right to begin looking to inspire the next generation of philanthropists and not for profit sector workers through the development of the “Do Good Institute” at the University of Maryland. https://www.benzinga.com/news/17/03/9165680/university-of-marylands-non-profit-initiative-is-changing-higher-education
Bruce and Karen Levenson have spent a large amount of their time and money since 2010 looking to develop the institute with an eye on making sure as many students have the opportunity to become involved in not for profit work and volunteering as possible. A $10,000 award is made available on a regular basis to a charity or good cause recommended by students, which is another innovative approach to inspiring young people to become more involved in charitable endeavors than ever before.
Alongside the need to inspire young people to become major charitable donors and volunteers the “Do Good Institute” has also set a lofty goal of aiding in the return to success of campus learning and community involvement on the University of Maryland campus and beyond. Levenson believes working in the community is something that should be experienced and cannot be replicated Online as students look to develop their careers in the future.
Bruce Levenson has spent a large amount of time working in a technology based atmosphere throughout the evolution of the United Communications Group and in the NBA. Bruce Levenson has become a major philanthropist in recent years working with groups including the Kennedy Center for the Arts and Seeds of Peace; the Jewish heritage of Bruce Levenson plays a major role in his work as a philanthropist that has seen him financially back the Birthright Israel and Jewish Foundation groups.