Helping tomorrow’s leaders today
Our purpose is to strengthen agricultural education and the Kansas FFA program, so each student can develop their potential for personal growth, career success and leadership. We do that by seeking out individuals, companies and organizations that believe in making a difference by providing financial support to programs encouraging leadership development and career exploration.
The Kansas FFA Foundation exists to enable Kansas Agriculture Education and FFA programs to empower future leaders and their passions. The Kansas FFA Foundation does this by developing and sustaining collaborative relationships resulting in financial support and service opportunities for the Kansas FFA and its members.
• Serve with Purpose
• Give with Passion
• Grow the Legacy
Key Areas of Support
How to Help
Contributions to the Kansas FFA Foundation help us support Kansas FFA and Kansas agricultural education. Donations can be made in many different forms to suit your giving style. Choose to support a specific award or program area, give an honor gift, memorial gift, Facebook fundraiser, or even through Amazon Smile.
Kansas Foundation Sponsor Partners
The work we do and the ability to serve Kansas FFA members are only possible because of the generous support we receive from our donors. Individuals and businesses who support the Kansas FFA Foundation are making a lasting impact on the lives of young people and on the success of agricultural education. Meet our Star Partners and see who is making an impact on the future of agriculture.
Meet our Board of Trustees
Harris Crop Insurance • Abilene
Cargill • Mulvane
John Deere • Lenexa
Yoder Meats • Holton
Kansas Farm Bureau • Wamego
LandMark National Bank • Dodge City
Precision Ag Services • Scott City
KSDE • St. George
Harms Plainview Ranch • Lincolnville
KAAE • Mission Valley
FFA Executive Secretary • Manhattan
Kansas Department of Agriculture • Manhattan
Kansas FFA Alumni & Supporters • Inman
Karl Dawn Stover
KAAE • Ellsworth
FFA President • Neodesha
Kansas Corn • Osage City
Kansas State University • St. George