IU Libraries provides an abundance of resources and opportunities for everyone at Indiana University. Similarly, there are an abundance of ways in which IU alumni and friends can support the work of IU's librarians, archivists, and preservationists. The IU Libraries Development Office is ready to collaborate with you on your philanthropic goals.
We invite you to learn more about our most crucial funding priorities and contact us with questions.
More Funding Opportunities at IU Libraries
Gifts to the Archives of Traditional Music Fund support the work of this audiovisual archive that documents music and culture from all over the world. Your support ensures that we have the technology and the people to preserve and make accessible these unique materials for a variety of researchers.
Gifts to the Indiana University Press Unrestricted Fund support an internationally recognized academic publisher specializing in the humanities and social sciences.
Gifts to the Moving Image Archive Fund go towards the general support of the Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive, a unique archive that collects and protects nearly 80 years of film production.
Gifts to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Endowment Fund support the preservation and maintenance of IU Libraries' materials through the purchase of equipment and supplies, support of preservationists including professional development, and proactive outreach across IU Libraries.
- Gifts to the Wylie House Museum Fund generally support the 19th-century home built by Indiana University's first president, Andrew Wylie. This historic house museum is a vital part of Indiana University's history and its teaching collection.
- The museum's historic object collection is critical to interpretation, providing an immersive learning experience through historical integrity. Gifts to the Wylie House Collections Fund support the ongoing care of these objects as well as the acquisition of new pieces and materials to enhance Wylie House's commitment to high standards of inclusion, interpretation and preservation.