United World Challenge

The United World Challenge

Tez Steinberg (UWC-Adriatic ’06) is rowing 2,500 miles across the Great Pacific Garbage Patch from San Francisco, California to Hawaii – a self supported journey that just seven people have completed before.

Called the United World Challenge, it’s a project by UWC alumni and friends to inspire a more courageous world and raise scholarships for students to attend UWC.

Join our “crew” and make a gift to our scholarship fund today, and help us raise funds for students of color from across the U.S. to attend UWC-USA. 

Donate below and learn more at unitedworldchallenge.org.

“The greatest danger we face is not climate change, pollution, or any external threat – it’s the perception that our challenges are too daunting to solve. The world needs inspiration, a reason to believe more in ourselves and the opportunity for a better tomorrow. That’s why I launched the United World Challenge.”

Tez Steinberg, UWC Adriatic '06