Individuals and Families

How can you help?

By supporting the Environmental Resilience Institute at Indiana University, you empower cutting-edge predictive research; real-world training and data for cities and counties; and collaborations among scholars, teachers, communicators, and policymakers across the state for a cleaner, healthier Indiana.

You can change lives and help ERI set Indiana on the course for a bright and resilient future.

The support of concerned individuals like you is critical to continuing this important work. You understand that the environment isn’t separate from human activity, that all our lives are inextricably entwined with it.

We all share the hope that Indiana’s future will be ever brighter. Together, we can make that vision a reality. Please contact us to explore the possibilities.

It Starts with You

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We want to hear about the environmental issues that move you.

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ERI Fund (General Fund)

Empower ERI to expand our impact across Indiana and beyond.

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Hoosier Climate Club (IU faculty and staff)

IU employees can set up convenient one-time or recurring donations from their paycheck.

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ERI Bedrock Society

Members of the ERI Bedrock Society help empower our work in meaningful ways. These are individuals and families who support ERI with a gift of $1,000 or more per year. From all backgrounds, across Indiana and beyond, these donors help build the foundation that propels ERI to success.

We would love to welcome you to the ERI Bedrock Society!

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The mission of ERI aligns perfectly with my own research and teaching — to explore how urban systems will function under a changing climate, and to build resilience into those areas that need it the most. Donors play a crucial role in assuring that our work won't just be confined to the lab, but will also have a positive impact in the classroom and in the community.

Gabriel Filippelli, Executive Director of ERI, Chancellor's Professor of Earth Sciences, and director of the Center for Urban Health at IUPUI