The President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge

The President’s Interfaith and Community Service Challenge is a White House initiative started in 2011 to promote, innovate, and recognize tools for and models of interfaith service and engagement in higher education institutions, which are often on the forefront of addressing national challenges. There is an annual gathering held in Washington, D.C., that allows national and international stakeholders in this initiative to share experiences and developments, and learn from each other. In 2016, the gathering was held at Gallaudet University from September 21 to 24.

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