The Million Dollar List holds the nation’s most complete data on million dollar gifts.
The Million Dollar List is continually evolving and expanding. The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy is announcing the addition of an improved data set for the Million Dollar List. The additions and corrections, many suggested by our users, help improve the accuracy of the existing data as well as add significant data from previous years.
Conrad N. Hilton set a charitable example that his son still follows today. T. Boone Pickens inspired Oklahoma State University students to remember their alma mater long after graduation. Melvin and Bren Simon made possible a state-of-the-art cancer facility that saves lives every day.
The Million Dollar List is the only public and free record of publicly reported gifts of $1 million or more since 2000. It provides a clearer picture of the philanthropic landscape, revealing patterns and trends in million dollar-plus giving. Million dollar gifts comprise a key part of charitable giving and represent an important threshold for donors. Information and increased knowledge about these gifts provide greater insight into giving at this level, and offers donors and their advisors a new resource as they consider strategic approaches to their giving. Learn more about The Million Dollar List.
Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy has conducted initial analyses on the Million Dollar List data. Please check out the first series of findings.
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