We are grateful for the generous support our donors and partners provide. Together, we can continue our mission of preparing college students to advance the public good in their communities.
To put it simply, we encourage, inspire, and invest in the work administrators, faculty, and staff do to advance their organizations, students, and communities.
Our Fundraising Challenge
Our first ever individual giving campaign, the Lilly-Glick Challenge, in partnership with Lilly Endowment Inc. and Marianne Glick and Mike Woods, raised tens of thousands for our mission.
The funds raised have enabled us to create and expand programs that prepare college students as the next generation of civic leaders and a community-minded workforce.
Marianne Glick says, “When students make a difference in the community, it gives them experiences that I think there is no other way to get. One of our greatest hopes for Indiana is that our level of educational attainment and equity improves dramatically. I think anytime a college or university can reach out and make a difference – and they do have the ability to make a difference – it’s good for the faculty, it’s good for the students, and it’s good for their communities to be engaged with each other. We give to Community-Engaged Alliance because we know they propel community engagement in higher education in the state of Indiana and make these changes possible.”
We are so very grateful for the support our donors have provided.
Thank You to Our Donors and Supporters
(American Psychological Association)
We Appreciate Our In-Kind Donors
SUNDAY AFTERNOON HOUSEWIFE
Thank You to the Partners and Sponsors Who Provide Additional Support for Our Programs
Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: IUPUI
Center for Service and Learning: IUPUI
Make a Donation
We invite you to make a tax-deductible contribution to support Community-Engaged Alliance in continuing to pass support along to our partners through programs, funding opportunities, trainings, and resources needed to ensure students graduate as community-minded civic leaders.