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
$100K MIT Scholarships Challenge
If 314 donors give to any MIT scholarship fund on Pi Day, March 14, it will unlock $50,000 from an anonymous challenger. If 628 donors give, it will unlock a total of $100,000 towards MIT scholarships.
628 / 628 Gifts
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
Class of 1974 Bonus!
Classmates who give on March 14 will help unlock $25,000 from our class challenger, Greg Turner ’74. 30 donors unlocks $12,500, and if we reach our goal of 55 donors, Greg will give a total of $25,000 to MIT!
55 / 55 Gifts
Class of 1979 Bonus!
Classmates who give on March 14 will help unlock $25,000 from our class challenger. 25 donors unlocks $7,500, 45 donors unlocks $15,000, and if we reach our goal of 65 donors, our challenger will give a total of $25,000 to MIT!