Investors

The Kansas Council for Economic Education’s work is supported by many organizations and individuals across the state and the nation. We are grateful for each investor and their encouragement, both of which make our work possible.

Please invest in our effort to make economic and financial literacy a priority in Kansas schools (K-12). Click on the INVEST tab above for details.

Giving Partners for Fiscal Year 2019

$55,000
Kansas Board of Regents

$30,000
Office of the State Bank Commissioner of Kansas

$15,000
Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner,
a Division of the Kansas Insurance Department

$10,000
BNSF Railway Foundation
Koch Industries, Inc.
State Farm™

$5,000
Capitol Federal Foundation
Kansas Insurance Education Foundation
Kirk Foundation
Walser Foundation funded by the Walser Automotive Group
$2,000 – $3,500
Westar Energy
Baird Private Wealth Management
FHLBank Topeka
Mr. Brian Docking
The Bicknell Family Foundation Fund
The Charles and Joanne Mcilwaine Foundation
Tortoise Capital Advisors, LLC

$1,000
American Century Investments
Baird
Barton Solvents, Inc.
David and Kathy Robertson
Emprise Bank
Grants through the Council for Economic Education
INTRUST Bank, N.A.
Jeff and Marla Copper
Jill Docking
NuStar Energy L.P.
Piping & Equipment Co., Inc.
The Anderson Family Trust

$500
Berry Foundation
Bob and Pat Schmidt
Great Plains Ventures
IMA, Inc.
Lockton Companies
Midwest Energy, Inc.
Ms. Pat Campbell
The Halstead Bank
Zack and Leilah Farha Charitable Foundation

$250
CHS McPherson Refinery
Extru-Tech, Inc.
Sally and Don Chesser

$100 – $150
First National Bank of Hutchinson
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers
Alden State Bank
Bank of the Flint Hills
Chick-fil-A, Central & Rock Rd Wichita
Denison State Bank-Holton
Evan Wilson
Farmers State Bank of Westmoreland
Garvey Kansas Foundation – In Honor of
Jim Graham, Angela Howdeshell, Martin Eby, Jr. and Dr. Ted Haggart
Jerome R. Noll
Lawrence Paper Company
Robert Rebori
Sam and Mary Knecht
Sayers Ace Hardware, Inc.
Wilko Paint, Inc.

$50 & Less
Benevity Community Impact Fund
David and Deba Brant
Riley State Bank