Donations Archive

Hurricane Relief Expanded

Hurricane Relief Donations have been expanded to support the continued damage the southern part of the country is experiencing. The CFSEK will continue to collect donations via check or online donations. To make a donation, make the check payable to: Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas and on the memo line specify geographical area if you choose, … Continue reading →

Hurricane Harvey Relief

Hurricane Harvey caused damage and flooding through Houston and part of its surrounding area, the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas is accepting monetary donations from community members to assist with the damage. The foundation will send the donations to nonprofit agencies or its partner community foundations in the affected areas of Texas. “We can see … Continue reading →

Leave a Legacy

 Plan a Gift for the Future and Leave a Lasting Legacy   Many have a desire to give back, to preserve the kind of life they have had and the things they have enjoyed. With a little planning, you can create a lasting legacy that will impact your community and future generations. A planned gift … Continue reading →

Westar Makes Donation to City Hike/Bike Trail

Kit Parks holding a check from Westar beside Jamie Clarkson and Kari West.

The Westar Foundation made a donation to Jamie Clarkson, City of Pittsburg Finance Director, as part of Westar’s contribution to the Rouse Street Hike and Bike Trail in Pittsburg. Jamie was presented the check by Kari West, Business Manager for Westar Energy. Accepting the check on behalf of the Trail project is Kit Parks, Community … Continue reading →

Let us help with your charitable giving needs!

The staff at the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas is available to help with any charitable giving needs, including accepting last-minute donations to funds, sending grant checks to nonprofits and setting up new charitable giving accounts, also known as donor-advised funds. These accounts are easy to establish and offer more flexibility, confidentiality and tax benefits than private … Continue reading →