K-State Proud and All-University Campaign celebrate 10 years

This year, both K-State Proud and the All-University Campaign are commemorating 10 years of philanthropic impact.

K-State Proud representatives will be in the Student Union every day Nov. 2-6 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. with your opportunity to donate and receive this year’s K-State Proud t-shirts. Can’t make it to the Union? Click here to order your shirt online. Help the campaign round the $1 million mark this year, its 10th year of students helping students!

All-University Campaign is in its final two weeks. K-State faculty and staff have a strong history of giving to their favorite area of the university over the last 10 years. Help keep the tradition alive by designating your gift and sharing your purple pride on social media with #KStateAUC. 

The All-University Campaign for K-State is an internal fundraising effort led by K-State faculty and staff volunteers, specifically focused on the participation of all employees including the Manhattan campus, K-State Salina, K-State Olathe, K-State Alumni Association, KSU Foundation and K-State Athletics. It is an annual campaign for all members of the campus community to participate in by supporting the areas of the university they care about most. Cumulative total faculty and staff giving over the past decade has surpassed $14 million. 

K-State Proud is a student-led, nationally recognized fundraising campaign for K-State. Guided by the leadership of Student Foundation, the campaign encourages students to show their K-State pride through philanthropy. All student campaign donations establish Student Opportunity Awards for fellow K-State students.  Over the course of the past nine years, the campaign has raised more than $930,000 and helped more than 500 students to stay at K-State who otherwise would not have been able to continue.

Learn more about how the AUC and K-State Proud campaigns support K-State.

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