Honor Roll of DonorsHonor Roll of Donors 2010

The Honor Roll of Donors is the ESU Foundation's annual publication honoring those who make quality education at ESU possible. The 2009-10 edition was published online in September, 2010.

Remarks from the Foundation president

recap on the giving year from Judith Heasley.

Financial information

How the ESU Foundation performed in FY2010.

Stories of giving

Veterans Hall of Honor renamedPresidential couple creates memorial scholarshipEmporia couple's gift has multiple benefits for ESU1,460 deserving ESU students benefit from ESU scholarships

Lifetime giving

The Benefactors are Emporia State University's most distinguished supporters.

The levels of Diamond, Gold, Silver and Bronze recognize lifetime giving.

Annual giving

Annual giving is recognized through these levels:

Patron Medallion Sustainer
Chairman Ambassador KSTC
Hornet Century Corporate Sponsors

 

 

 

 

 

Lyman B. Kellogg Society

The Lyman B. Kellogg Society recognizes the legacy of those who have included Emporia State University in their estate plans.

Black & Gold Society

The Black & Gold Society is a presidential membership organization designed for those who care deeply about the success of ESU. Through a $1,500 annual gift to the Society, members interact closely with ESU leaders, driving the creation of signature programs and groundbreaking initiatives.

Memorials

Family and friends have generously chosen to remember loved ones through a contribution to the ESU Foundation.

New Scholarships

New scholarship funds were established in FY2010.

Donor Bill of Rights

The Emporia State University Foundation declares that all donors have these rights.

Personnel

Meet the ESU Foundation Board of Trustees, Executive Committee, Trustees Emeriti and Staff.

Mission statements

The ESU Foundation

To aid, foster and promote the advancement of ESU.

The Office of University Advancement

To build relationships and support for Emporia State University – today and tomorrow.

 

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