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Nd Day 2015Local high school students compete in NDIGD's "Global Development Challenge" on Notre Dame Day 2015.


We are immensely grateful for the support that we receive through private donations at all levels, which support many NDIGD projects. Giving to NDIGD is an opportunity to give to people in extreme poverty, evaluate the impact of your gift, and give to Notre Dame—all at the same time.

NDIGD projects often go beyond published results, and have extended to impactful, tangible results such as solar microgrids providing energy, wells providing water, and newly built schools providing education to the next generation. Whatever your interest, NDIGD can likely translate it to real world impact. Your support helps us work toward realizing the vision of Rev. Edward Sorin, C.S.C., to make  Notre Dame “one of the most powerful means for doing good in this country.”

Giving can be as simple as a $5 contribution, or a larger project gift, which can be used to create or support specific multi-disciplinary projects, research, and technologies in the developing world related to NDIGD expertise. Project gifts allow you to contribute to highly visible international programs in a satisfying, tangible way that can leave a sustainable legacy around the globe for generations to come.

To make an immediate gift today, please visit NDIGD's secure donation page. If you have questions, would like to make a project gift, or would like to learn more about how NDIGD can work with you to achieve specific, sustainable change in communities across the globe, please contact Dylan Reed, the global advancement director for the Keough School of Global Affairs, or Michael Sweikar, our executive director.