The Black Philanthropy Circle works with the IU Foundation to address educational issues faced by IU's Black communities through engagement, philanthropy and financial support.
IU Corps is a network of IU Bloomington students, campus stakeholders, and community partners who have joined forces to create positive social change in local neighborhoods and around the world. This aligns with one of Indiana University’s core missions: to create dynamic partnerships with the state and local communities in economic, social, and cultural development and to offer leadership in creative solutions for 21st-century problems.
Outreach and Engagement
- 21,280+ residents in 65 Indiana communities and 46 counties engaged in 235 projects in the areas of resilience, health, arts, quality of place (Center for Rural Engagement)
- 4,900+ IU students, 260+ faculty members, and all 16 schools took part in CRE projects
- Partnered with all three IU Grand Challenges programs and supported or partnered on more than $11.8M in grants
- 1,630+ students conducted 80,000+ hours of service through CRE’s Sustaining Hoosier Communities program
- 3 million+ student volunteer hours provided to Indiana communities since launch of IU Corps service network