Sullivan Connections

The Sullivan Foundation offers programming, events and resources to help university faculty/staff and students lead changemaking efforts on their campuses and in their communities. Check back regularly to learn about our latest initiatives to help our partner schools make a lasting social impact.

Ukraine-Born Sullivan Foundation Alumnus Helping Organize Relief Aid for His Country

Yaro Hnatusko says a Ukrainian shelter organized by his brother's company needs $10,800 per day to feed and care for civilians, mostly women and children, suffering in the war.

Sullivan Award Recipient P.L. "Roy" McCall Passes Away at 91

McCall, a Clemson alumnus, was also a longtime supporter of Coker University and, six years after receiving the Sullivan Award in 2013, gave the university the largest gift in its history to honor his parents.

Yolanda Shields: Ignite Retreat Coach Is an Entrepreneurship Evangelist

Shields, an adjunct professor at Shenandoah University and CEO of Yes Builds, said she loves training the next generation to solve community problems and believes "social entrepreneurship will assist them in doing that."

College Students Will Discover Their Changemaking Superpowers in Study Abroad France

Study Abroad France students will discover, explore and develop their skills as the next generation's innovators and changemakers this summer in historic and beautiful Strasbourg.

Ignite Retreat: Faculty Development Agenda Focuses on Leadership, Running Experiential Workshops

The leadership session, taking place on Saturday, April 2, during the Ignite Retreat, will provide faculty/staff with a leading tool called REAL Nanotool, which they can learn and start using in 15 minutes.
this photo shows Jasmine Babers, founder of Love Girls Magazine, in New York

Ignite Retreat Coach Jasmine Babers Celebrates "Everyday Girls" in Love Girls Magazine

"Your passions and hobbies don’t have to be—and really shouldn't be—excluded from your social justice work," Babers said, adding, "Making the world a better place can be really simple and fun!"