You are here
Learn how others have made an impact through their acts of giving to our organization and others.
Chicago couple's donation among largest in university history.Contributing among the largest individual gifts in Indiana State University history was a natural decision for alumnus Todd Osburn and his wife, Caroline Howe. Their $7.5 million planned gift is uniquely structured to both help the most financially strapped students -- those from middle-income families -- and to ensure their professional readiness upon graduation.
Planned gift adds $3.8M to student activity fundA true Sycamore, Michael Simmons, '64, used these qualities to forever change the experience of Indiana State students. He co-founded the Sycamore Tricycle Derby in October 1963 with his good friends, Tom, '64, and Debbie Bareford, '64, GR '67, as a way to keep students on campus during the weekend. Simmons' $3.8 million planned gift to the Michael Simmons Student Activity Endowment will continue to inspire his love of teamwork -- and the lifelong skills it instills -- and will touch countless Sycamores for generations to come.