Manna Project International strives to connect young people with service opportunities both at home and abroad. A fundamental part of our mission relies on our ability to provide our volunteers with meaningful and eye-opening experiences, through which they may cultivate their passion for community development. As such, our university campus chapters comprise a vital part of the MPI community. The success of MPI’s domestic and international initiatives rests heavily on these chapters.
Campus chapters provide a variety of engaging and creative opportunities for college students to connect with the global community through on-campus, local, and international service initiatives. These projects are intended not only to serve growing international communities, but also to encourage university students to engage in rich and rewarding cross-cultural exchange.
MPI is currently active on eleven college campuses. We invite you to learn more about our existing chapters and to check out the Start a campus chapter section for information on bringing Manna Project to your campus.