Ways to Give
Options to match your giving priorities.
When you give to IU Health, you aren’t just making a donation--you are making a difference. There are many ways to give, and we will gladly tailor a plan that matches your personal giving priorities.
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 it supports, so local stays local.
Explore Planned Giving Options
Planned gifts allow you to leave a legacy by aligning your estate plans with your desire to support IU Health.
Your gift to support next-generation projects will enhance care for years to come and ensure that your legacy of compassion lives on.
By partnering with IU Health Foundation to make Indiana a healthier state, your business demonstrates that you care about Hoosiers’ well-being. These are all good for your business—and for Indiana’s economy.
Give in Honor or Memory
Memorial and tribute gifts honor someone who has made a difference in your life: a beloved friend, a clinician who eased your time at IU Health, or a loved one who is no longer with us. You choose where your gift goes and what it supports.
Team Member Giving
IU Health team members give generously to support their colleagues during unexpected financial emergencies, assist patients and their loved ones with non-medical expenses, and give to the Area of Greatest Need at their chosen hospital.
Thank a Caregiver
IU Health caregivers are dedicated to providing top-quality, compassionate care to patients and their loved ones. Use our Thank Healthcare Heroes form below to send or upload a message of gratitude.
Give via Donor-advised Fund
Donor-advised funds are a growing philanthropic tool that can offer immediate tax benefits to the donor. However, donor-advised funds and the sponsoring organizations that manage them can operate differently. IU Health Foundation can help you navigate the benefits and risks.
Host a Fundraiser
One way to support IU Health is to host an event and contribute the proceeds to the IU Health Foundation via EveryDay Hero.