Our donors care about Kansas. They invest in outreach programs and initiatives that help fulfill K-State’s land-grant mission. At the KSU Foundation, we maximize these gifts to create change — strengthening the Kansas economy, advancing collaborative partnerships and improving lives.
Latest Community impact
The K-State Shelter Medicine Program provides veterinary services in areas with limited access to care.
Cargill is creating opportunities for Dodge City transfer students to attend K-State.
A new scholarship is helping first-generation students complete their degrees — and improving one life at a time.
Dr. Ron Marler seeks to multiply the impact of mentorship through two endowed K-State professorships.
Food Security Scholars are working to eliminate food insecurity through a two-phase education and community engagement program.
Two K-Staters establish an endowed professorship to support students for generations.
Children learn the importance of budgeting and giving back.
KAWSE creates opportunities for women to engage with and thrive in STEM fields.
K-State Social Media Week is one of the first events of its kind offered at a university.
Dr. Elbie Loeb and his wife, Ada Ramos, RN, created the first fund for the physician assistant program, inspired by the investment of K-State professors.