Foundation coming to Denver and Dallas-Fort Worth; K-State couple supports study abroad

KSU Foundation

Join the Kansas State University Foundation on May 20 in Denver for an evening of Innovation and Inspiration. (Courtesy graphic)

The Innovation and Inspiration Campaign is coming to Denver, Dallas and Fort Worth.

Join your Kansas State University family in a city near you for a special evening with K-State leaders and students to learn about Innovation and Inspiration: The Campaign for Kansas State University. Watch your mailbox and inbox for more details about these upcoming campaign events:

Denver
May 20 
RSVP by May 13

Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
June 3 and 4
RSVP by May 27

RSVP for either of these events at inspire.k-state.edu/events.

If you have questions about the events or how you can be part of Innovation and Inspiration: The Campaign for Kansas State University, please contact Chris Spooner, associate vice president of campaign and central development, at 785-532-7697 or chriss@found.ksu.edu.

Learn more about the Innovation and Inspiration Campaign and how you can make a difference at K-State. 

 K-State couple honors alumni and encourages study abroad with planned gift
 
When planning their legacy at Kansas State University, Curt ’73 and Sheryl ’73 Frasier considered many things. They reflected on their memorable undergraduate years in the College of Agriculture and College of Education. They thought about the impact they wanted to have on generations of K-Staters they would never meet. They also considered how easy it was to plan their gift and how well it fit with their long-term financial goals. 

“The KSU Foundation staff is so helpful in assisting with the development of estate plans that allow alumni and friends to take care of their own needs while planning for ways to help students, faculty and the university,“ Curt said.

The Frasiers named the KSU Foundation as owner and beneficiary of their life insurance policies, designating future support for K-State students to study overseas and for the Alumni Association to create the Alumni Excellence Award to honor exceptional K-State alumni.

“The award will recognize alumni whose careers, service and achievements exemplify the spirit, values and excellence of the university,” Curt said. “We have so many alumni who deserve this type of recognition.”

The couple wanted to invest in studying abroad after witnessing the effect that experience had on their children. 

“They gained such special insight. It impacted who they are today and how they will be able to help others who are less fortunate than themselves,” Curt said. “Studying abroad also allows the passion K-Staters have for others to be felt outside of our state and nation.” 

Read more about the Frasiers’ planned gift to K-State. 

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