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IU Health hospitals across the state have received more than $600,000 in grants from IU Health Foundation for projects focused on making Indiana one of the nation’s healthiest states.
“Regional grants empower IU Health team members to improve the health of individuals, communities and our state,” said Crystal Hinson Miller, IU Health Foundation president and IU Health chief philanthropy officer. “Grants leverage the power of philanthropy and honor donors’ intentions by ensuring that dollars contributed locally fund local needs.”
The awards were made in partnership with local philanthropy councils supporting IU Health and range from $1,900 to $200,000. Projects were selected for their potential to impact the Foundation’s funding priorities of People, Progress and Partnership, as well as their connection to local priorities.
Following are descriptions of individual grants and the needs they will meet.
IU Health Methodist and University hospitals, Indianapolis – $200,000
East Central Region – $50,000 total
Indianapolis Suburban Region – $128,006 total
South Central Region – $103,634
West Central Region – $121,638 total
“We are so grateful to the generous donors who allowed us to make these grants,” said Hinson Miller. "Their support and commitment to IU Health ensures that every Hoosier has access to high-quality care. It also helps us achieve our mission of making Indiana a healthier state.”
To contribute to programs you care about, or learn more about the IU Health Foundation, visit www.iuhealthfoundation.org.
Local stays local. When you give to IU Health Foundation, you support your local IU Health hospital and community, to help family, friends, neighbors. Or give to a statewide fund to help all Hoosiers!