The Triangle Fund allows Triangle to build better men in the fields of engineering, architecture and science.Through yearly unrestricted investments by generous alumni, undergraduates, parents and friends, the Foundation is able to fund valuable yearly educational and leadership development programs.These programs include the Scobie Leadership School, Leadership & Training Weekend, Leadership Advantage, Member Education Forum, Rosenberg UIFI Scholarships and the On-Site Member Development Program.The Foundation is very grateful of their yearly investors who make this all possible.
To view a complete list of donors to the 2018 – 2019 Triangle Fund, please click HERE.
To make a gift to the Triangle Fund please click HERE or feel free to contact the Senior Director of Development, Amy Buchheit at 317-203-7759.
The Founders' Club is one of the building blocks of the Triangle Education Foundation. Club members contribute gifts to the Triangle Fund of $10,000 (Diamond), $5,000 (Titanium), $2,500 (Platinum), $1,907 (1907 Society), $1,000 (Gold), $500 (Silver) or $250 (Bronze) over the course of the fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). These individuals provide the financial foundation for a wide array of educational programs for the members of Triangle. All alumni are invited and encourage to join this prestigious society. If you would like to become a member of this group contact Amy Buchheit at 317-203-7759 or email her at ABuchheit@Triangle.org.
To view members of the 2018 – 2019 Founder’s Club click HERE.
The President’s Men is a special recognition society for undergraduate members. For a $25 donation an undergraduate becomes a member of this elite society. With their gift they reaffirm their commitment to leadership and scholarship by their support of the many programs of the Foundation.
Click HERE to find out more information about the President’s Men, including how to join, and see a current listing of members.
The Foundation has established the Living Oak Society to recognize those alumni that have made Triangle a part of their retirement and estate plans. We know many alumni have done so without even being asked and without identifying themselves, but we want to make sure you are properly recognized for your support, as well as, share with others your deep convictions in Triangle.
Click HERE for a listing of current members of the Living Oak Society
Have you included Triangle in your estate and retirement plans? Click HERE for more information or contact the Senior Director of Development, Amy Buchheit at 317-203-7759 or at ABuchheit@Triangle.org.
The Chairman’s Circle is a society created to honor the Foundation’s lifetime donors.It is the highest level of recognition from the Foundation.Members of this society have donated through the years or have pledged a deferred/estate gift to the Foundation.
The Society currently has six levels of recognition.Each level recognizes total gifts to the Foundation, a deferred gift such as a bequest or other planned giving arrangement or a combination of the two.
The Board of Directors is very thankful for all those that continue to be so generous to the Foundation.These individuals long term commitment to Triangle allows for a strong Foundation and insures stability for the future.To find out current members of the Chairman’s Circle, please click HERE. If you would like to join this prestigious group, please contact the Foundation’s Vice President, Aaron Girson, at 317-203-4510 or at AGrison@Triangle.org.