Funding Priorities

Create A Living Legacy

Private support opportunities exist at each of our three campuses, and cover a range of priorities. One of the top priorities of the University is to increase its endowment, creating living legacies that span generations.

Determining which gift opportunities are best for your charitable interests and financial objectives is easy. Simply select a campus and submit your query. Or, enter a keyword into the priority search box below to perform a search. You’ll be provided with a listing of University support opportunities that have the greatest significance to you.

Once you have determined your priority, contact the Foundation for more information.



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WILL Donald P. Mullally Internship Program: Urbana-Champaign


The program will offer paid professional internships for College of Communications students at WILL where they will work with news, documentary and online producers to hone their skills and gain valuable experience in the real world of public radio and television.

WILL Illinois Radio Reader Facility: Urbana-Champaign


Illinois Radio Reader service needs to replace and upgrade facilities and technologies so that local newspapers, advertisements, books and magazines, are made available to central Illinois' blind and print handicapped residents, providing equal access to materials most of us take for granted but that are vital to maintaining connections to the local community.

WILL Model for Public Media: Urbana-Champaign


WILL aspires to be the model of public media by engaging our communities and audience in media, programs and services that support a healthy democracy and culture through a combination of program acquisitions and content creation.

WILL Young Learners Initiative: Urbana-Champaign


This program harnesses the power of media to help develop the intellectual, emotional and social potential of central Illinois children through a series of community based projects - including free books, workshops, learning guides and other resources for low-income families.

WILL Youth Media Workshop: Urbana-Champaign


This program offers African-American middle school and high school students a multi-year opportunity to create their own radio, television and online programs while they explore issues of importance to themselves and their community; our vision is to build this successful local project into a model for other public broadcasting stations around the country.

WUIS Equipment and Facilities: Springfield


WUIS plans to open a Performing Arts Studio by 2008. The project is to be fully and solely funded by listener contributions. The new 900-square-foot studio will include microphones for 12 voices or instruments and a quality technical recording booth. The studio will have seating for live audiences as well as a piano, and will be used by musicians, political/issue panel discussions and community members who seek to reserve studio space for their creative endeavors. WUIS is also seeking donations/contributions towards equipment for the new space.