IWU Announces Give Day 2024 Date

IWU Announces Give Day 2024 Date

Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) proudly announces the return of Give Day—a twenty-four-hour philanthropic event set to take place on April 11, 2024. Give Day 2024 will showcase six distinct and impactful giving areas, offering the IWU Community a unique opportunity to influence the lives of over 13,000 students while furthering IWU’s mission of nurturing World Changers for generations to come.

Dr. Jon Kulaga, President of IWU, expresses his enthusiasm for the enduring impact of Give Day, stating, “This event celebrates the collective power we possess—thousands of friends, alumni, faculty, staff, students, and parents uniting to create a ripple effect that will shape lives for years to come.”

The aim of Give Day 2024 on April 11th is to mobilize support from at least 2,024 donors—an inspiring testament to the steadfast commitment of the IWU community. Donors will have the opportunity to impact areas such as the IWU Fund (greatest area of need), Wesley Seminary, a student-led campaign that would add Pickleball courts to IWU, and several other impactful initiatives.

Through facilitating contributions across these diverse sectors, Give Day empowers donors to align their support with the causes that resonate most deeply with them. By doing so, we collectively propel IWU forward in its overarching mission to educate, lead, and nurture the kingdom. Partner us as we harness the power of generosity to fuel positive change and shape the future of our beloved institution.

To learn more about Give Day or to make a donation on April 11th, visit indwes.edu/giveday

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Celebrating the Achievement of Occupational Therapy Doctorate Graduates

Indiana Wesleyan University Celebrates the Achievements of Occupational Therapy Doctorate Graduates

Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) is proud to announce recent accomplishments of three occupational therapy doctorate program graduates, highlighting their impactful capstone projects and contributions to the field of occupational therapy. Under the guidance and mentorship of Dr. Rachel Timmons, Doctoral Capstone Coordinator and various faculty mentors, these graduates have demonstrated