Pass on Your +1

IU Auditorium

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Goal: $1,750

From Indiana University Foundation:

Pass on Your +1! Your gift to the +1 Fund gives back to IU Auditorium students and alumni, passing on a legacy of +1 from generation to generation.

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Every year, IU Auditorium becomes home to nearly 600 IU student volunteers and workers, building a legacy of participation, connection, and pride through experiential learning and lifelong friendship. 

+1 is IU Auditorium’s philosophy that encourages us all to go above and beyond. The IU Auditorium Alumni Association (IUAAA) celebrates this belief and shared connection through events, mentorship, and by giving back to IU Auditorium students with the +1 Scholarship.

“Receiving the +1 Scholarship from the IUAAA will help me explore options I never thought possible. With your gracious donations, the affordability of college becomes a reality in my life, and helps contribute to my dream of studying abroad.” – Ryan Maddox, 2018 +1 Scholarship Recipient, Class of 2021

IU Auditorium students do great things, but sometimes need our help along the way – and you can be a part of it! 

Your gift will inspire, encourage, and support IU Auditorium students, passing on a legacy of +1 from generation to generation. Your gift will also connect Auditorium alumni through networking events, mentorship, and more! 

Go above and beyond, pass on your +1, and make a difference, today.

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The Indiana University Foundation solicits tax-deductible private contributions for the benefit of Indiana University and is registered to solicit charitable contributions in all states requiring registration. For our full disclosure statement, see http://go.iu.edu/89n.

Gifts will be administered by the Indiana University Foundation, which represents Indiana University, including the IU School of Medicine. This is not a gift to Indiana University Health, and the Indiana University Health Foundation will not play a role in administering these accounts.