Ways to Make a Gift

Give with ease and peace of mind

Our school—and the students, faculty, and staff within it—are making a difference, thanks to gifts like yours. No matter how you choose to give, your dedication to our school is appreciated.

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On My IU’s Other ways to support Indiana University page, choose Gifts by mail to print and complete the mail-in gift form.

Checks and money orders should be made payable to IU Foundation.

Mail to:

Indiana University Foundation
PO Box 6460
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6460

To make a gift by automatic IU payroll deduction, please complete the IU payroll gift deduction form.

You can make a recurring gift by credit card or bank account online.

Your gift will be automatically deducted from your bank account or be billed to your credit card monthly.

To make a gift of securities, please review the instructions provided by the IU Foundation.

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match any charitable contributions made by their employees. Find out if your company has a matching gift policy.

For more information, check out the Indiana University Foundation's Matching Gift website.

With a little planning, you can include a gift to the IU Foundation within your overall estate or financial plans that preserve the university's mission and provides you with tax benefits in return. The following bequest language must be included:

I give, devise, and bequeath the (sum of / percentage of / residue of my estate) to Indiana University Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation with principal offices located in Bloomington, Indiana, to be utilized for the benefit of Indiana University [as specified in an agreement on file at said Foundation.]

More information can be found on the IU Foundation Planned and Estate Gifts website.

To make a planned or estate gift, please contact our development team.

Kinsey Pfeiffer

I am so excited to be able to use these scholarship funds that will help me reach my academic and career goals. Your continued support of students helps us to pursue our dreams and worry less about debt after graduation.

Kinsey Pfeiffer, Peg Hope Scholarship Recipient