Since 1994, USC faculty and staff have been helping the communities around the university to thrive through the Good Neighbors Campaign. In all, they have donated more than $14-million to the fundraising effort, which takes place each October at both the University Park and Health Sciences campuses. Contributions are distributed to USC Neighborhood Outreach (UNO) grants and United Way. Nearly 500 grants totaling $14-million have been given to community organizations to enhance educational opportunities, promote good health and fitness, support economic development and USC hiring, and improve safety.
October 1, 2012
GNC surpasses fundraising goal
For the 20th year in a row, the USC Good Neighbors Campaign (GNC) has surpassed its goal, raising more than $1.6 million to help strengthen local communities.
The 2012 USC Good Neighbors Campaign has a $1.6 million fundraising goal, with 100 percent of funds going directly to support university-community partnerships.