Mitch KurylowiczActivist and entrepreneur Mitch Kurylowicz will address a lunch ’n’ learn session Oct. 1 in the School of Creative Arts Armouries.

Philanthropy and social responsibility subject of lunch address

By the time he was 19 years old, Mitch Kurylowicz had launched Project Jenga, raising over $1,000,000 to bring secondary education to rural Kenya, earning him the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers and the Mandela Legacy Award.

Now he operates Make Luck History, a consulting group specializing in creating positive impact and positive returns for organizations looking to make a sustainable difference while adding to their bottom line.

Kurylowicz will discuss his own experiences to point up the joys and benefits of giving time, energy, or money in a Community Philanthropy Lunch ’n’ Learn session presented by the University of Windsor Alumni Association, on Tuesday, Oct. 1, in the School of Creative Arts Armouries.

The $10 admission includes lunch; register online through the event website.