Year-end match

This winter, give a gift to planet Earth

Dear friend of the environment,

By all counts, 2023 was a record-setting year for extreme heat, wildfires, and catastrophic flooding. As humans reckon with a climate changing before our eyes and at our hands, we also face an enormous opportunity to do something bold about it. Right now, before it’s too late.

Become a part of climate solution! A donation to the IU Environmental Resilience Institute is an investment in your values — supporting equitable action like urban tree plantings and access to resilience funding for rural communities; striving toward an environment free from pollution; and preparing young sustainability leaders to tackle some of our generation’s most pressing challenges.

Will you support climate action in Indiana with a gift to ERI? This December, your impact will be doubled by two generous families who have pledged to match every donation to ERI, up to $20,000 in all! This opportunity only lasts til December 31.

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Gabe Filippelli

Gabe Filippelli, ERI Executive Director

Sarah Mincey

Sarah Mincey, ERI Managing Director

Here’s what your donation to ERI can empower:

Sustainability success stories

As McKinney Climate Fellows, IU students, like Isioma Nwayor (left) at the City of Gary, are helping Indiana organizations implement climate and resilience projects to improve the lives of Hoosiers in every corner of the state.



Helping rural communities get climate funding

A new program led by Bill Brown, ERI assitant director for strategy and engagement, (right) is helping rural communities design proposals and apply for funding from the landmark federal legislation that is releasing billions of dollars for climate and energy projects.



Boosting access to solar energy

ERI is partnering with SolSmart to help communities improve their solar readiness and benefit from the economic and environmental gains offered by renewable energy.