K-State Proud campaign surpasses $1 million 

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K-State Proud, a student-led philanthropic campaign at Kansas State University, has raised over $1 million in the past decade. (Photo: Dave Mayes ’96)

K-State Proud, a student-led philanthropic campaign at Kansas State University, has raised $1.03 million and helped more than 520 students in the past 10 years. 

K-State Proud is a nationally recognized fundraising campaign for K-State. Guided by the leadership of the K-State Student Foundation, the campaign encourages students to show their K-State pride through philanthropy. All campaign donations support Student Opportunity Awards for fellow K-State students who have exhausted all other forms of financial aid. 

“K-State Proud has been able to award more than 520 students with Student Opportunity Awards over the past 10 years,” said K-State Proud co-chair Christine Caban. “These awards help keep students on campus that wouldn’t be able to make it financially without them. It’s an incredible thing to know that these awards allow students to stay and graduate from our university and continue to accomplish great things after their time at K-State.”

Read more about K-State Proud and how it helps keep students at K-State.
 

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