The Kansas School for the Deaf is a state funded school serving deaf children throughout Kansas. With state dollars shrinking, the school depends on contributions to meet many of the special needs of our students. Established in 1970, the Kansas School for the Deaf Endowment Association provides support for Deaf students' individual and programing needs. Through countless projects, both large and small, the association has enriched the lives of hundreds of Deaf children. The Endowment Association continues to work toward its vision of generating sufficient resources to support the needs of our students.
The Endowment Association:
Provides direct aid to students ...
to attend summer camps including the NAD Youth Leadership Camp
for personal needs
to participate in school field trips
for college scholarships
to provide support for instructional and dormitory programs
to provide support for the Accelerated Reader Program
to purchase curriculum materials including books and software
to provide support for classroom technology
to support dormitory activities
Making a difference, one child at a time.
How you can help.
Donate Online: You can make contributions directly to the Kansas School for the Deaf Endowment Association by clicking on the PayPal link below.
Gifts and Contributions by Mail: A donation may be made by mailing a check to KSD Endowment Association, ATTN: Treasurer, 450 E. Park Street, Olathe, KS 66061. Please note if you wish for the contribution to be earmarked for a particular program or project. A confirmation of your donation will be sent to you upon receipt of your gift.
Customized Gifts: The KSD Endowment Association works closely with the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation to allow donors to make smart giving choices and structure their gifts for the greatest benefit to both the school and themselves and their families. The Community Foundation specializes in helping donors develop customized philanthropic plans based on a broad range of assets, from cash to real estate to art to stock.