How Bruce Levenson is Changing the World for the Better

Bruce Levenson isn’t a name people often associate beyond the NBA team he owns. Unfortunately, sports have an unhealthy grasp on the minds of this country. Especially when one considers a recent PR Newswire article which reported about Bruce Levenson’s charitable contributions. He and Karen Levenson donated enough money to the University of Maryland several years ago that they were able to put together The Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership. This center raises some ten thousand dollars every semester–that’s about twenty thousand dollars a year!–and sends that money to nonprofit organizations who are deemed worthy of its reception. Now, while basketball is certainly interesting and artful in the skill it requires, such philanthropic pursuits as The Center makes possible have a fundamental profundity to them much greater. In fact, as far as profoundness is concerned, Karen Levenson believes. Also, it’s one of Washington D.C.’s favorite recruiting pools as regards philanthropic careers. Organizations like the Marriott Foundation and the Smithsonian recruit from The Center on a regular basis. In short, Forbes billionaire Bruce Levenson is changing the world philanthropically, and passing on his knowledge to subsequent generations in a positive way that’s quantifiable, if anyone really wants to get into the nitty-gritty. The world is being positively changed for the better.

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  1. They’ve done so well with the center that it’s been able to expand enough a dormitory was added this year. The Center is the “most profound” pursuit either herself or Bruce have ever undertaken, and it certainly seems likely. It simply means that do have a lot to offer to these ones too.

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