IUF Crowdfunding

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IU students are empowered to make a real-world impact on climate change and gain critical career training with the McKinney Climate Fellows. Help IU's Environmental Resilience Institute impact more students and communities by supporting our crowdfunding campaign this year.

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Climate change weighs on the hearts of us all, but there's so much we can do about it. IU is answering the call with the Environmental Resilience Institute. Your support will help us bring climate solutions to communities across Indiana and the Midwest.

Our crowdfunding goal this IU Day is $5,000, which can fund one entire scholarship for an undergraduate McKinney Climate Fellow in summer 2022. Help provide meaningful green jobs training to a top IU student while connecting a nonprofit to the unparalleled talent and resources of Indiana University.

BRICS (Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station) is the lead donor of our 2022 crowdfunding campaign, with a generous donation of $1,000. Thank you, BRICS!

And thanks to everyone who is helping climate solutions by supporting our campaign!

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Dan and Beth Henkel
$50.003 weeks ago
BRICS (Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station)
$250.001 month ago
Randi Cox
$50.001 month ago
Andrew & Marie Theisz
$50.001 month ago
Matt Flaherty
$50.001 month ago
Andrea Webster
$100.001 month ago
Danni & Will Schaust
$50.001 month ago
Claire Dowell
$100.001 month ago
Margaret Shackell & Glen Dowell
$250.001 month ago
David Kehoe
$200.001 month ago
Mary Anne
$5.001 month ago
Cory and Whitney Rutz
$50.001 month ago
Bennet Brabson
$100.001 month ago
Jonathan Hines
$50.001 month ago
Sarah Mincey
$100.001 month ago
Charlene Allen
$100.001 month ago
Gabriel Filippelli
$100.001 month ago
JANE MARTIN
$1000.001 month ago
Yoanna
$15.001 month ago
Jim and Gen Shelton
$50.001 month ago
Anagha Gore
$25.001 month ago
Adnan Haideri
$25.001 month ago
Abby Henkel and Jess Roman
$30.001 month ago
Eva Allen
$100.001 month ago
Nonie & David Vonnegut-Gabovitch (BRICS)
$1000.001 month ago