You gave to Indiana University last year for the greater good of a great university. Click on the highlighted words in the word map to see an overview of the year’s giving
to IU.

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Inspiring

The number of first-time donors rose from 15,881 in FY08-09 to 21,516 in FY10-11, a 35 percent increase. IU Alumni Association members account for part of that increase: Membership now counts as a gift.

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Trendsetting

In 2011, for the second time in 10 years, Indiana University ranked #1 among American public universities in Total Voluntary Support. A $60 million gift from the Lilly Endowment pushed the total of public sector gifts and grants in the previous fiscal year (2009-10, on which the rankings were based) to $342.8 million.

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Growing

Every university wants to grow its number of donors. Tracked by a three-year moving average, Indiana University’s growth rate in fiscal year 2009-10 was more than triple the Big Ten’s as a whole (3.9 percent versus 1.2 percent).

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Effective

Gifts between $100,000–$999,999 increased by 24 percent in number and 32 percent in dollars, surpassing $49 million this year. This growth is a remarkable testament to how IU’s supporters are raising their philanthropic sights.

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Consistent

IU’s donors are loyal. Donor retention rate, the percentage of people who renew their gifts, has grown by more than 4 percent since fiscal year 2008-09, the bottom of the economic downturn.

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Trustworthy

Following the spike in mega-gifts of the last two years, gifts of $1 million or more returned to more typical levels: 19 gifts totaling $43.3 million, supporting schools ranging from art and music to law and medicine.

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