Using every possible communication platform available to him in his era (print, radio and television, public debate and speeches, and direct access to leading political and cultural figures), William F. Buckley, Jr. built an enormous audience for his ideas and policy objectives, successfully permeated popular culture, and caught the attention of policy makers and candidates who sought his advice and support.
Browse the latest IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy events and connect with other donors, nonprofit professionals, and students in the nonprofit sector. We offer a wide variety of events, convening participants to:
- Absorb and discuss the school’s latest research and commentary on philanthropy, fundraising, and nonprofit management
- Connect with students and faculty members from our academic programs in the field of philanthropic studies and other related disciplines
- Explore how giving and fundraising strengthen philanthropy and improve its practice