Investing Today for Tomorrow's Future

Your gift today is an investment in the future of our state and the agricultural industry.  The Kansas FFA has over 9,000 members and is growing.  We need your support to ensure our young people can continue to thrive through the FFA.  The history of giving to the Kansas FFA Foundation has been a long one, filled with many success stories.  Your donation helps keep the tradition of giving alive and ensures future success stories.

Support of the Kansas FFA Foundation allows us to fund its FFA programming, student scholarships, agricultural education and educator professional development, SAE grants, leadership development and the Kansas FFA Convention.

Donations can be designated as memorial gifts, general endowment gifts, unrestricted gifts or as scholarship and grant awards for students and teachers.  All gifts, no matter the size, are recognized annually at the Kansas FFA Convention and in the Annual Report, as every gift has a part to play in the continuation of the Kansas FFA mission for future generations of students and teachers.

Contributions are tax deductible as defined by the Internal Revenue Services. 

Donate today and start investing in a young person’s future!

Ways to help

Create a Scholarship

Endowed Scholarships:

An endowed scholarship is a wonderful way to establish a legacy. You determine the name of the endowed scholarship and you help set the criteria for selecting a deserving student to receive the award. The interest earned from your endowed scholarship fund is awarded each year in the form of a scholarship. The principal amount is never spent, thus ensuring the perpetuity of the scholarship and the legacy of giving for a lifetime.

The scholarships are awarded annually at the Kansas FFA Convention. You will be seated with the recipient and their family at during the recognition session.

The minimum amount required to establish an endowed scholarship is $20,000 which may be paid in a lump sum or over a specific time period scheduled with the Executive Director.

Please contact the Kansas FFA Foundation for information on endowing a scholarship and making a difference to a young person.

Limited Term Scholarships:

A limited term and one time scholarship may be established at a minimum level of $1,000

Support a Scholarship

To support an already established scholarship please donate and indicate the scholarship that you would like to support in the special instructions section.

Employer Match Program

A great way to maximize the impact of your gift is to have your employer match all or part of your donation. Please ask your employer if they have a matching gift program.

Donors interested in this opportunity should obtain the necessary matching gift form from their employer (usually found at the Human Resources Office), complete it and mail to:

Kansas FFA Foundation
110 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506

Monthly Electronic Bank Debit

An effortless way to support the works of the Kansas FFA Foundation monthly or quarterly through an electronic debit from your checking account.  Amounts begin at $5.00 a month and are debited from your account between the 15th and 20th of the month.  To learn more click here.


Donations to the Kansas FFA Foundation can be made “In Memory” of an individual.  We will send the family a list of the donors and their addresses for their personal acknowledgements. All donors will receive a personal thank you letter acknowledging their donation.

(Families should use this language: "In lieu of flowers, the family requests that gifts be designated in _______’s memory to Kansas FFA Foundation. 110 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506)

You may make a cash or credit card donations by mailing a check or donating online here <paypall link>.  Memorials can be designated to endowed scholarships established in someone’s name, if desired.

Please contact the Kansas FFA Foundation for additional information.

Planned Giving

The Kansas FFA Foundation, in partnership with The Trust Company, is now able to administer endowed and deferred charitable gifts. These planned giving opportunities not only allow us to further our mission, but allows our supporters and donors to achieve their estate and tax planning goals.  These may include Gifts by Will or Revocable Living Trust, Charitable Remainder Trusts, Gift Annuites, Charitable Lead Trusts, Retirement Plans or Outright Gifts.  To learn more please contact the Kansas FFA Foundation.

Gift of Grain

The gift of grain is an easy way for producers to give back to FFA members. When dropping off grain at an elevator, co-op or other selling facility, let the weighmaster know that a portion of that load is for the Kansas FFA Foundation.

If you were to tell them that 100 bushels of the load is for the FFA Foundation, whatever the current market price for the grain selling for the day, the Kansas FFA would receive those proceeds.

Please know we are not structured to hold the actual grain at any point in time, so donation of the physical grain is not accepted.

By structuring the gift as such, the producer potentially reduces their income from grain sales and lessens their tax liability. Please contact your local tax advisor for additional details.

Please contact the Kansas FFA Foundation if you have any further questions.

Corporate Gift

Join the corporations and businesses, large and small, which currently sponsor FFA. Invest in your company's future by investing in FFA. In addition to building loyalty and awareness for your brand through the FFA network, FFA also prepares its members to enter the workforce with the skills and knowledge they need to help businesses such as yours succeed.

Below you will find the different levels of corporate gifts, contact executive director, Beth Gaines for more information.

$1 to 1,999 - 1 Star Corporate Gift
$2,000-4,999- 2 Star Corporate Sponsor
$5,000-9,999 - 3 Star Corporate Sponsor
$10,000-19,999- 4 Star Corporate Sponsor
$20,000- 49,999- 5 Star Corporate Sponsor
$50,000+ Premier Corporate Sponsor

Facebook Fundraiser

With your social network you can help raise funds for Kansas FFA members. You can set up the fundraiser in four easy steps on Facebook.

  1. Go to your newsfeed
  2. Find the fundraiser button on the left and click it
  3. Type in Kansas FFA Foundation, Inc.
  4. Set a goal and a timeline

You can make a huge impact by simply volunteering your time and talent to your local FFA chapter. For a list of the FFA chapters in Kansas visit the Association website