The Millennium Campus Network is a national network of college students working to end extreme poverty and achieve the U.N. Millennium Development Goals.
Between workshops, fundraisers, networking meetings, advocacy events, overseas development projects, and our annual conference, students run the MCN from the local to the national level, creating a network by and for the student, armed with the knowledge and the funding to fight extreme poverty at the grassroots level.
Rather than setting up its own chapters, the MCN connects existing student groups with experts, advocates, NGOs, funding, and most importantly each other. The MCN's 40 Member Organizations (MOs), student groups who share the MCN’s vision and collaborate within its framework, work together on a wide range of initatives.
If you are passionate not only about ending extreme poverty, but about making every dollar count by informing your passion through collaborative action and the sharing of information, then you share the MCN's vision. Check out our projects, and consider donating today! The MCN has something for everyone.
We'll also be giving away great prizes to fundraisers.
Whoever raises the most for their Crowdrise Contest Grant project will win $1,000!
Also, right now:
- The first three to get someone to donate exactly $26 to their Crowdrise MCN fundraiser and email firstname.lastname@example.org will win a Crowdrise t-shirt!