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The Kansas Farmers Union Foundation was created in 1997 as a 501(c)(3) organization supporting education on rural and agricultural issues and providing resources for rural economic and cooperative development. Through the KFU Foundation, Kansas Farmers Union brings important educational and networking opportunities to all Kansans.

Examples of this programming include Amazing GrazingKansas Beginning Farmers CoalitionFood Hubs and Co-ops, College Conference on Cooperatives, Kansas Family Farms Day, and our work with Farm Aid and the Farmer Veteran Coalition of Kansas.

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AUCTION: Support the Kansas Farmers Union Foundation

Much of the Foundation’s work is funded through grants from organizations and agencies like the CHS Foundation, USDA NIFA, the North Central Extension Risk Management Agency, and Farm Aid.

Individual contributions to the Foundation allow us to meet immediate needs and more quickly respond to emerging issues. That’s why we need YOU!

Currently there are three ways of contributing to the Kansas Farmers Union Foundation:

  1. Make a tax-deductible, financial contribution
  2. Donate an item to the annual KFUF auction
  3. Bid on an auction item at convention

To make a tax-deductible, financial contribution using PayPal or credit card, please visit the KFUF Donation section of our shop.
To make a tax-deductible, financial contribution by check, please make your check payable to KFUF and mail to:

Kansas Farmers Union Foundation
PO Box 1064
McPherson, KS 67460

To donate an item to the Kansas Farmers Union Foundation auction, please contact Nick Levendofsky at 785.527.0941 or nick.levendofsky@gmail.com

To bid on a KFUF auction item, please join us for the convention banquet on Friday, December 11!

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