What better way to celebrate our IU School of Medicine 30th reunion than to raise scholarship funds for the next generation of IU-trained physicians?
Did you know?
Our goal is to raise $100,000 this year to create an endowed scholarship that will be held in perpetuity, and provide a portion of its earnings each year to support a deserving medical student.*
We are asking each class member to make a commitment to the Class of 1988 Scholarship today. Could you contribute to our goal of $5,000 raised on IU Day?
By contributing to the Class of 1988 Scholarship, we are not only celebrating our time at IU School of Medicine and the careers we were able to build. We are also making it possible for others to pursue similar paths.
Should you have questions, or want to learn about establishing a pledge or making a gift of stock or other assets to support our scholarship fund, please contact:
Caitie Deranek StewartAssociate Director of Development 317-278-2133 [email protected]
P.S. We look forward to seeing you at Medical Alumni Weekend May 18-19 to celebrate our fundraising efforts and our 30th reunion.
*Per Indiana University Foundation policy, new endowment accounts which do not become fully funded at the required stated minimum through pledges/gifts at the time of the establishment of the account and through fulfilled pledges/gifts after five years will be converted, and all gifts will be made available to support the intent outlined in the supporting agreement.
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The average share raises $97.