Former Terp Madieu Williams Donates $2 million To U-MD for Health Initiatives Center

The Washington Post reports that Minnesota Viking safety Madieu Williams has made this tremendous donation to the University.

“At 28, Williams finds himself in a relatively prosperous position: He plays free safety for the Minnesota Vikings. And Wednesday, he made a difference. In a morning news conference, the University of Maryland announced the creation of the Madieu Williams Center for Global Health Initiatives. The former U-Md. star is providing a $2 million endowment. It is the largest gift to the flagship school from an African American alumnus and the largest sum donated by someone so young.” (excerpt from the Washington Post).

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There Are 2 Responses to this Post
  1. Steve Waltermyer

    This is a nice contribution to the school from a young alumnae. What does mentioning his ethic heritage add to the story?

    Reply ·   November 7, 2009

    • Bruce

      I agree but I didn’t write it—-it was an excerpt from a Washington Post article. You would have to ask the writer of the article. What a great gesture by Madieu!! He was a great player at Maryland and continues his great play for the Vikings.

      Reply ·   November 8, 2009

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