All donors have a “why” — a personal journey that leads them to give back. As you get to know our donors and the stories behind their gifts, you might see yourself following in their footsteps.
Latest Donor stories
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.
Inspired to by her time as a K-State Proud leader, Ariel Sinha incorporates this mission in her life today through art activism.
Passion drives philanthropy, and our donors are passionate about K-State In our last issue of Good for K-State, we asked you, our readers, to share your “Why I Give” story. Many of you responded, and here are a few of those giving stories we think you’ll enjoy.
Ken Selzer gave to support award-winning book by historian, Jim Sherow
From the age of five, Dr. Eva Kleinpeter can remember her parents emphasizing the importance of education and hard work. Growing up poor in Layfette Parish, Louisiana, Eva began her education at Mouton Switch, a two-room segregated schoolhouse. Walking miles from her home to get to school, she recalls the teachers giving everything to help the students read and write.
Suzie Schultz gives to help educators make an impact.
Charlie and Debbie Morrison give to improve student wellness.
Lynn and Liz Lin give to honor those who helped him succeed.
Generous gifts allow K-State aviation program to soar to new heights