This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the USC Good Neighbors Campaign. Since 1994, USC faculty, staff, and friends have been coming together every October to help USC be a good neighbor. In all, they have donated more than $17.7 million dollars in support of university-community partnerships. 100% of contributions are distributed via USC Good Neighbors grants (formerly USC Neighborhood Outreach or UNO). Supported partnerships strive to enhance educational opportunities, promote health and fitness, enhance public safety, and support economic development. Nearly 550 grants have been given to community organizations to enhance educational opportunities, promote good health and fitness, support economic development, and improve safety.

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October 29, 2014

GNC Update Week 4

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October 29, 2014

History in a box

Good Neighbors is pleased to share a video from USC News profiling the History in a Box project, a Good Neighbors funded partnership between the USC Center for Diversity and Democracy in USC Dornsife and the Breed Street Shul Project.

Professors and both graduate and undergraduate students at USC Dornsife are working with Boyle Heights teachers and Breed Street Shul to bring a different kind of history lesson to grade school classrooms.

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