Since Butler’s founding in 1855, philanthropy has always fueled our vision. Now, we invite you to join us in writing Butler’s next great chapter. Butler Beyond: The Campaign for Butler University is a comprehensive fundraising campaign with the goal to raise $250 million by May 2022. Your gifts will extend the impact of a Butler education beyond today’s students and beyond the borders of our campus—that’s Butler Beyond.
Your philanthropic investment in Butler Beyond will:
- Empower students by expanding scholarships and other resources to ensure their success.
- Elevate learning by further investing in high-impact practices and faculty development.
- Engage communities through innovative partnerships and collaborative programming.
Bold Visions Need Bold Partners
From our very founding, Butler University has relied upon visionary philanthropists to help carry out our mission. Throughout our history, bold partners have paved the way for the Butler University we know today through generous gifts of time, talent, and treasure. Giving back has always been part of The Butler Way.
Butler Beyond is a bold vision for a new model of higher education that combines tradition + innovation—the very best of our past + our brightest ideas for the future. But bold visions can’t be realized without bold partners. We encourage you to consider your passions and where you want to get involved in moving Butler Beyond.
There are many ways you can contribute to Butler Beyond. Gifts can be made through check, credit card, electronic funds transfer, stocks & securities, and donor-advised funds. You can also make a contribution through a planned giving commitment. And keep in mind that if you’ve already made plans to include Butler in your estate but have not yet informed us, now is the perfect time to let us know so we can acknowledge your generosity and ensure your commitment is included in the total for Butler Beyond.
Donors whose lifetime giving has reached $100,000 or more were newly inducted into the Carillon Society in recognition of their generosity
The Friday afternoon event included remarks from Bill Dugan ʼ51 and several University leaders
The gift from Keith Faller ՚71 and wife Sarah MBA ՚90 will be divided equally between funds supporting the Sciences Expansion and Renovation Project and Bill and Joanne Dugan Hall
The gift from 1951 graduate Bill Dugan supports the state-of-the-art facility that houses the Lacy School of Business
Donations totaled more than $28 million from 16,224 individual, corporate, and foundation donors
Through the program, experienced teachers of color will mentor small groups of COE students in inclusive, culturally responsive, and anti-racist teaching
The University Advancement staff is happy to assist you with your questions. The Advancement division consists of several departments designed to better serve the University’s alumni, parents, and friends. If you do not know which department to contact, please use the information to the right.
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