Not only do gifts from faculty and staff provide critical financial support for our student and our campus, but they also demonstrate to students, alumni, and community members that we believe IU Kokomo is worthy of our support. Your gift tells prospective students and their families (as well as alumni, and both current and prospective donors) that IU Kokomo staff and faculty believe in the importance and value of IU Kokomo’s mission enough to support it with their own dollars.
What is the purpose of the Campus Campaign?
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Tara Scott in the Office for University Advancement.
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How do I decide what to give?
Your gift is a personal decision, and a personally significant gift is very valuable to Indiana University Kokomo. Your gift to this campaign can be spread out over one year, and we are happy to guide you in setting this up. If you are interested in a gift that spans longer than one year, you can set up your payroll deduction to last for an indefinite number of pay periods so that your giving will continue without having to set it up each year.
Indiana taxpayers may take a tax credit of 50% of their gift to Indiana University Kokomo. For a joint return, the maximum credit is $200, based on a gift of $400 or more. For a single return, the maximum credit is $100 (based on a gift of $200 or more).
Who counts as participating in the 2023 Campus Campaign?
All faculty and staff who make a gift of any amount to any IU Kokomo fund at the IU Foundation between March 1, 2023, and February 28, 2024, are counted as participating (so gifts given on IU Day and Giving Tuesday 2023 count toward this campaign!). The month of February 2024 serves as the final year-end push for the campaign. If you’re not sure whether you’ve given during this time period or have other questions about your current giving to IU Kokomo, please don’t hesitate to call or email Tara Scott at 765-455-9449 or email@example.com.
*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.
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 visit go.iu.edu/89n.