Area of Greatest Need

The new Earth, Energy and Environment Center's Slawson Hall on the right and Ritchie Hall on the left.

Giving to the Department's area of greatest need—The Geology Associate's Fund—is a sure way to contribute to the positvie trajectory of our program. This fund has significant flexibilty, allowing us to direct donations to a wide range of applications. Donations to the Geology Associates fund allow our program to challenge ourselves to new greatness and work better than ever before. Donations to this fund also allow us to maximize the potential of the brand new Earth, Energy, and Environment Center in many ways, for example, by purchasing new equiptment to match the quality of our now state-of-the-art labs. 

To learn more about how to giving to this fund, contact:

Dan Simon
(785) 832-7378
dsimon@kuendowment.org 

or

Give online via KU Endowment's secure and simple website. KU Endowment is the  non-profit fundraising organization that supports KU. For information on any of these funds, or on other ways to give, please visit the KU Endowment web site.

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