The MIT Campaign for a Better World will only succeed with your support. When you choose to make a gift to MIT Sloan–for student support, faculty research, or cutting-edge new programming–you are telling us and the world that you see a brighter future ahead. And, you believe that MIT is the place where change can begin. Your gift ensures that the ideas generated at MIT will be implemented, that tomorrow’s leaders will propel change, and collectively, MIT will work to solve problems.
How to Make a Gift
For more information on how to make a gift, please visit: https://giving.mit.edu/sloan.
What issues are most pressing to you? Healthcare? Sustainability? Sound financial policies and practices? Supporting the next generation of students? A leadership gift to MIT Sloan transforms ideas into innovations and changes the world for the better. By making this type of commitment, you are giving our faculty and students the resources they need to pursue solutions to great challenges across industries and geographic boundaries. If you would like to speak to someone in the MIT Sloan Office of External Relations about the ways in which you can make a difference, please contact: email@example.com. Want to make an immediate impact? Learn more about a gift to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund here.
MIT Sloan Annual Fund
Flexible, unrestricted funding makes innovation possible. It ensures that the best new ideas are explored and that the most important challenges are addressed. It seeds new projects and supports the life of the School. A gift to the MIT Sloan Annual Fund allows our faculty and students to pursue excellence, challenge the norm, and better the world. If you have questions about the MIT Sloan Annual Fund, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet your financial goals, achieve your charitable aspirations–consider a planned gift to MIT Sloan. Gift options–which include bequests, annuities, and trusts–can be structured to provide you and your family with an immediate source of income, as well as long-term benefits such as estate tax savings. To learn more about Planned Giving options, please visit: https://giving.mit.edu/planned-giving or email email@example.com.