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People – Prior to philanthropic funding, patients awaiting heart and lung transplants were only able to access psychological services one day a week. We now have staff on hand to help patients with high risk, complex, and treatment-resistant psychiatric conditions. This is just one example of the many ways you make a difference for patients and IU Health team members.

Progress – Innovations such as the "Heart in a Box" allow patients such as Steve Gilland to receive a beating heart ready for transplantation. You make a difference when you give to innovation and translational research.

Partnerships – Indiana University's Grand Challenge program is helping IU and IU Health to treat patients with substance use disorders.

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People – Prior to philanthropic funding, patients awaiting heart and lung transplants were only able to access psychological services one day a week. We now have staff on hand to help patients with high risk, complex, and treatment-resistant psychiatric conditions. This is just one example of the many ways you make a difference for patients and IU Health team members.

Progress – Innovations such as the "Heart in a Box" allow patients such as Steve Gilland to receive a beating heart ready for transplantation. You make a difference when you give to innovation and translational research.

Partnerships – Indiana University's Grand Challenge program is helping IU and IU Health to treat patients with substance use disorders.

According to the United Health Foundation’s America’s Health Rankings annual report, Indiana now ranks as the 41st-healthiest state in the U.S.

To improve on this ranking, we must address several big challenges including: improving outcomes in behavioral health, tobacco use, infant mortality, obesity and more. We must also reduce drug overdose deaths by working collaboratively with local communities to develop comprehensive prevention and treatment strategies.

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According to the United Health Foundation’s America’s Health Rankings annual report, Indiana now ranks as the 41st-healthiest state in the U.S.

To improve on this ranking, we must address several big challenges including: improving outcomes in behavioral health, tobacco use, infant mortality, obesity and more. We must also reduce drug overdose deaths by working collaboratively with local communities to develop comprehensive prevention and treatment strategies.

Recurring Gifts

Recurring giving is an easy, automatic way to support IU Health and its goal to make Indiana healthier. You designate where your gift goes and what type of work it supports, so local stays local. Each recurring gift is customizable and environmentally friendly, and helps to ensure a steady source of funding for IU Health.

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Memorial & Tribute Gifts

This type of gift honors someone who has made a difference in your life, such as a beloved family member or a clinician who helped during your time at IU Health. You can also celebrate a birth or remember a loved one who is no longer with us. You choose where your gift goes and what it supports, so local stays local.

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Planned Gifts

Planned giving allows you to align your estate plans with your desire to support IU Health. Planned gifts can take many forms: bequests in your will, gift annuities, charitable remainder and lead trusts, endowed gifts, and more. To start a conversation, please contact the Foundation planned giving director, Marya Jones, an attorney and experienced estate planner, who will work closely with your financial advisors and legal representatives.

Naming Opportunities

Your gift to support these next-generation projects will enhance care for years to come.

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Listen to John Kohne, MD share his planned gift story.

To learn more about corporate and foundation partnerships, email Jami Marsh or call her at 317.962.1786.

Corporate Gifts and Foundation Grants

To learn more about corporate and foundation partnerships, email Jami Marsh or call her at 317.962.1786.