MIT has always been an engine for innovation. And at Solve, we recognize there are innovators all over the globe. Over the last two years, Solve and its partners have committed over $7 million to 99 Solver teams, incredible tech entrepreneurs developing solutions to the world's most pressing problems. All of this has been made possible by generous support from our community, including MIT alumni, faculty/staff, students, supporters, and friends like you.
By giving to Solve as part of the MIT 24-Hour Challenge this Pi Day, you’ll help us continue this progress. Pi Day is a 24-hour giving challenge at MIT held annually on March 14—also known as a celebration of the world-famous mathematical constant (π). If we receive 50 gifts by 11:59pm ET on March 14, Solve Members Putnam Associates, Red Carpet Capital Limited UK, and Kevin Xu will make a generous donation of $15,000 to Solve! We're also giving away swag: the first 10 people to donate $25 or more will win a pair of Solve socks. 🧦
Together, we can open the doors of a world-class institution to entrepreneurs from all corners of the world who represent the spirit of MIT. Learn more