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Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Celebrates 30 Years

Celebrating 30 years the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is the world's first school of philanthropy. Its predecessor, the Center on Philanthropy, founded at IUPUI in 1987, pioneered the field of philanthropic studies and created the first bachelor's, master's and Ph.D. degrees in the discipline.
 
Today, the school's alumni serve in large and small nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations, government and public policy roles, and corporations and private organizations around the world, from major national and international leadership positions to hands-on service provision at neighborhood community centers and food banks.
 
The Fund Raising School trains thousands of nonprofit fundraisers and has taught on every continent except Antarctica. Regarded nationally as the leader in philanthropy research and education, the school is home to unique institutes that provide specialized research, education and training in two vital aspects of philanthropy: the Women's Philanthropy Institute and the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving.

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