President's Club

What is President's Club?

Kansas State University Foundation President’s Club was established in 1974 to honor an exceptional group of donors who have earned a place of distinction through their commitment to Kansas State University’s vital need for private support.

It is the singular goal of President's Club to recognize in a meaningful way those donors whose generosity advances the university’s mission.

How do I become a member of President’s Club?

Membership in President’s Club is based on lifetime household commitments to the KSU Foundation. Recognition as a member in President’s Club automatically begins when your total gifts to K-State reach $25,000. Once donors have met this level of dedication, membership in President's Club remains with you for life.

Gifts of cash, marketable securities, gifts-in-kind, documented pledges or documented planned gifts will all be counted toward your membership in President’s Club. All gifts to the university, whether to academics, athletics or the alumni association, are included in your total giving.

What happens when I become a member of President’s Club?

President's Club members represent the leadership of the alumni and friends who support K-State. Based upon lifetime giving commitments, donors will be recognized and engaged in various ways commensurate to the following levels of giving.


Levels of Membership

President's Club Membership
$25,000 and above

Bronze Recognition
$100,000-$249,000

Silver Recognition
$250,000-$499,999

Gold Recognition
$500,000-$1 million

Benefactor Society Recognition
$1 million and above

Questions?

If you have any questions about President's Club, please contact the donor relations department at 800-432-1578 or foundation@found.ksu.edu.

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