2010-11 Philanthropic Annual Report

California State University, Channel Islands

Contribution Highlights

  • A $300,000 grant over three years from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation is being used for the new California Institute for Social Business (CISB) to lay the foundation for staff building, curriculum development, and defining research. The CISB addresses the need for students to participate in local and global experiences and learn new methods of alleviating serious social ills that impact our region and the world.
  • A $300,000 grant with additional funding of $213,958 helped launch the Henry L. "Hank" Lacayo Institute for Workforce & Community Studies (HLI) in November 2010. The primary objectives of the HLI are to enhance opportunities for students engaged in entrepreneurial studies and to address the importance of workforce and community issues relating to the sustainability of our statewide and national economies, the vitality of communities, and the connection between opportunity and quality of life in society.
  • In order to address the global economy and better prepare students to succeed in an international marketplace, CSU Channel Islands launched the Institute for Global Economic Research in March 2011 headed by noted economist and Martin V. Smith School of Business & Economics Endowed Professor Dr. Sung Won Sohn. $198,000 has been raised in 2010-2011 from corporate and individual donors to fund the institute.
Gift Commitments 2010/11
New Gifts $1,283,467
New Pledges $646,798
Testamentary Commitments $0
Native American and Local Government Contributions $3,100
Total $1,933,365

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Charitable Gift Receipts
New Gifts $1,283,467
Pledge Payments $1,466,183
2010/11 Total $2,749,650

Charitable Gifts
A 3-Year History
Charitable Gifts: A 3-Year History
2008/09 $3,642,146
2009/10 $1,645,105
2010/11 $2,749,650

Charitable Gifts by
Source of Gift
Charitable Gifts by Source of Gift
Alumni circle for pie chartAlumni 0.14%
Parents circle for pie chartParents 0.41%
Endowment circle for pie chartOther Individuals 18.53%
Unrestricted circle for pie chartFoundations 45.02%
Corporation circle for pie chartCorporations 34.73%
Other Organizations circle for pie chartOther Organizations 1.17%

Charitable Gifts by
Gift Disbursement
Charitable Gifts by Gift Disbursement
Programs circle for pie chartPrograms 88.98%
Campus ImprovementsCampus Improvements 2.89%
Endowment circle for pie chartEndowment 2.04%
Unrestricted circle for pie chartUnrestricted 6.09%
Other circle for pie chartOther 0.00%