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Advancing K-State through philanthropy

Stories about K-State donors, friends, faculty, staff and students who are helping K-State become a top 50 public research university by the year 2025.

Why I Give
There’s no debating this alumni couple’s passion for K-State - See more at: http://www.found.ksu.edu/test-susan/why-i-give.html#sthash.4eaWhh5y.dpuf

Alumni create scholarships to offset cost of education. Read more.

Gifts at work
Private gifts spur research in prairie conservation. Read more. - See more at: http://www.found.ksu.edu/good-for-k-state/v6/issue-2/index.html#sthash.1kyjVzgP.dpuf
Private gifts spur research in prairie conservation. Read more. - See more at: http://www.found.ksu.edu/good-for-k-state/v6/issue-2/index.html#sthash.1kyjVzgP.dpuf

Endowed faculty support makes a difference. Read more.

Get your gift counted for 2014

Find out important dates to ensure your gift is counted in 2014. Read more.

 
Advancing K-State 2025

Student researches strategies to improve heart health. Read more.

IRA Charitable Rollover

Hurry! Time is running out to use your IRA the wildcat way. Read more.

No place like purple

VIDEO: There's no place like purple. Read more.

“K-State's College of Architecture, Planning & Design provided an exceptional foundation for my career over the past 35 years. My family has greatly benefited from that preparation and is eager to support the Seaton Complex improvements to benefit future generations of students.”

Richard M. Heinz, who with his wife Pamela Heinz, made a gift to support the upcoming Seaton Complex expansion.
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About the KSU Foundation

The Kansas State University Foundation is the official fundraising organization for Kansas State University.