$ 3,385,165 raised 8,522 donors
MIT Parents has raised $ 27,406 from 227 donors!
MIT Parents
Show your support for your student’s second home: MIT!

 

 

On Pi Day, March 14, there’s a challenge on for MIT parents: if 550 parents make a gift of any size to MIT, an anonymous parent challenger will give $10,000. And if another 550 parents give, the same challenger will give an additional $10,000!

 

MIT parents are an important part of the MIT community: a resource for their students and for each other. Right now, MIT offers students an unparalleled learning-by-doing educational experience. And, by giving, MIT parents help ensure that every student benefits from all that MIT has to offer and preserves this exceptional experience for generations to come.

 

Support from parents has a direct impact on the student experience: making an MIT education accessible to promising students regardless of income, allowing MIT to attract and retain the finest faculty in the world, fueling more than 500 student groups, enabling a premiere athletics program, advancing a vibrant artistic culture, and sustaining student health and wellness programs. 

 

On Pi Day, March 14, your gift will make a difference to today’s MIT students—and tomorrow’s, too—please give.

$50,000
$50K Unrestricted Fund Challenge
A total of 1,500 donors to the Unrestricted Funds of the Institute—the fund that gives to the greatest need at MIT—are needed on Pi Day, March 14, to secure a $50,000 challenge gift from MIT parents Lisa and Michael Ullman.
1,500 / 1,500 Gifts
Completed
$314,159
The MIT 24-Hour Challenge
If 6,283 MIT alumni, students, parents, and friends give to MIT on March 14, 2019, a generous anonymous alum challenger will give the Institute $314,159, fueling the future at MIT and around the world.
6,283 / 6,283 Gifts
Completed
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