The fourth annual Birds Give Back, Illinois State’s own giving day, will be held on Thursday, February 24, during ISU’s Redbird Philanthropy Week scheduled from February 21-25.
This holiday season, Reggie is excited to share a gift idea for you to treat yourself or your favorite Redbird. No, it’s not socks.
You can join the effort to help Illinois State students facing financial difficulties as a result of the pandemic by contributing to the COVID-19 Redbirds Response Fund.
Through the University-wide day of philanthropy, alumni, faculty/staff, students, parents, friends, and the community can donate funds to support their areas of interest at Illinois State.
The Illinois State University inaugural Birds Give Back – 1 Day for Change proved to be a raging success. With the participation from alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends, the event, held on February 28, 2019 raised over $625,494 from 1,734 gifts. Senior Director of Annual Giving Jillian Nelson said, “Birds Give Back was a
President Larry Dietz announced a Redbirds Rising campaign challenge to more than 200 of Illinois State University’s loyal annual donors during the Loyalty Circle Breakfast on Founders Day.
Your support enables our Redbirds to soar. This month, meet three students and one alum who are taking the world by storm.
For these Redbirds, the future is bright! Read on to learn how these four students have benefitted from donor supported scholarships.
Your contributions make a difference in our students’ lives. This month, meet four students who have benefited from your support.