Most funds can be established in one brief meeting and can be funded with cash, securities, real estate, publicly traded or closely held stock, insurance, or other assets. Or you may wish to create a fund in your will or through special charitable trust arrangements that benefit you and your family by providing them with life income while carrying out your charitable intent. All options provide you with maximum tax advantages while helping you invest in the growth of your community.

Please contact the Kansas Rural Communities Foundation for more information about establishing a new fund or scholarship.