Updates Archive

CFSEK Is Hiring a Marketing and Communications Coordinator [Update: Closed]

Update: Applications for the Marketing and Communications Coordinator are currently closed. The original version of this post follows: Are you interested in joining the CFSEK team and supporting our work in Southeast Kansas? We are now accepting applications for a part-time Marketing and Communications Coordinator. You can read the job description below or view it … Continue reading →

CFSEK’s 2021 Annual Report Now Available

The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas is pleased to publish today its 2021 Annual Report. Below is the introductory letter by CFSEK Board President Connie Kays and Executive Director Devin Gorman. You can read the full report in our Annual Reports section. Dear Friends, The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas was delighted to celebrate our … Continue reading →

We Are Pleased to Announce Devin Gorman is Our New Executive Director

Following the recent retirement of Kit Parks, the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas is pleased to announce the hiring of Devin Gorman as its new Executive Director, effective August 16, 2021. Devin comes to the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas (CFSEK), and affiliates Fort Scott Area Community Foundation and Girard Area Community Foundation, with a … Continue reading →

Welcome to the new and improved southeastkansas.org!

When you came to the website today, you might have noticed that things look a little different. We’ve been hard at work behind the scenes to create an updated, modern, user-friendly replacement for the old SoutheastKansas.org. The old website served us well for more than seven years, but it was beginning to show its age. … Continue reading →

CFSEK Job Opening: Executive Director [Update: Closed]

Last updated July 8, 2021. Update: This job opening is no longer available. Original post: The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas is seeking a full time Executive Director. This position assumes responsibility of overall management of the Foundation with $52 million in 170 fund balances, including asset development, marketing, grant-making administration, community involvement and collaboration … Continue reading →