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UT Dallas Celebrates Record Year of Philanthropic Support

Staff from UT Dallas celebrate a record fiscal year of philanthropic support for 2023 raising more than $96 million with the help of 8,114 donors who made 17,572 gifts.

The University of Texas at Dallas

Daniel Steele


The University of Texas at Dallas had its most successful fundraising year in 2023, raising a record-breaking total of over $96 million. Alumni, corporations and community partners contributed $85 million, in addition to $11 million from the Texas Research Incentive Program. Also included in this total, Center for BrainHealth raised nearly $10 million as part of its Limitless BrainHealth campaign, an effort to revolutionize the field of brain health by advancing novel areas of research and clinical applications. Now in the public phase of this comprehensive campaign, Center for BrainHealth is working to raise $50 million in philanthropic support by 2025. Contributions to Limitless BrainHealth simultaneously help UT Dallas get closer to New Dimensions' $750 million goal. As a dynamic, young university, the New Dimensions campaign has grown UT Dallas' endowment market value to $792 million while supporting varied initiatives across the institution. These efforts will ensure that UTD as a whole remains strategically poised for a future of promise and innovation.Read the full article on UTD News Center

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