The School of Public Health depends on the generosity of alumni and friends to help us fully realize our mission of preventing disease, promoting wellness, and improving quality of life. Often, recipients of School of Public Health degrees reach back to us with gifts of their own. Those gifts help us to maintain our world-class reputation, ensuring that our programs stay as impressive as it was when you graduated.

There are many ways to give to the School of Public Health. Gifts can be made online to our Annual Fund to support critical needs for scholarships, modern technology and equipment, and research opportunities for students and faculty.

Endowed gifts are an investment in our future. These gifts, whether through cash, securities, life insurance, or charitable annuities and trusts, provide support in perpetuity. Professorships, a lecture series, undergraduate scholarships, and graduate fellowships are all made possible through gifts endowed by alumni and friends.

Naming the School of Public Health in a charitable bequest or will provision reduces estate taxes for your heirs and brings you the satisfaction of knowing your legacy to Indiana University will benefit future generations. You can choose how and where your gift will be used.

For more information about any of our giving options, including Charitable Remainder Unitrusts and Charitable Gift Annuities, contact the Office of Development and Communications for more information.