Deaf Cultural Center Foundation
455 East Park Street
Olathe KS 66061-5436
Standing by our sign and new brick patio.
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (913) 782-5808
Mission Statement
The Deaf Cultural Center's mission is to provide educational and resourceful programs and activities to inspire a deeper appreciation and understanding of the lives of diverse deaf people, including their language, culture, experiences, achievements and contributions worldwide.
 
 
Vision Statement: 
A world of positive interaction and cultural cooperation between diverse deaf and hearing persons and organizations.
 
 
Values Statements:
  • The Deaf Cultural Center is dedicated to increasing public understanding and awareness of the historical and modern experience of deaf people, cultural expressions of Deaf culture, arts and humanities. Our goal is to foster mutual understanding and cultural cooperation between deaf and hearing people. For our purposes, the word, deaf, includes people of all walks of life and all types of hearing loss. 
  • The Deaf Cultural Center strives to be a model of unbiased diversity, inclusion and information about people with hearing loss. Our Deaf Cultural Center Foundation Board of Directors, Deaf Cultural Center staff and volunteers reflect the broad range of hearing loss, education, communication choices, cultures, expertise and walks of life that proudly constitute our society. 
  • We respect, value, and celebrate the unique attributes, characteristics, perspectives and communications/accessibility choices that make each deaf and hearing person who they are. We also believe that bringing together these diverse individuals allows us to collectively and more effectively foster and encourage goodwill among ourselves as well as understanding and respect for human diversity. 
  • We recognize and honor the vitality, richness and diversity of the language, art, knowledge, history and values of the deaf community. We value and appreciate the richness of Deaf culture and American Sign Language. 
  • These core values are to be reflected in our relationships, strategies and actions. 
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Sandra Kelly
Board Chair Ms Chriz Dally
Board Chair Company Affiliation Deafhood Foundation
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1988
Former Names
Kansas Educational Foundation
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement
The Deaf Cultural Center's mission is to provide educational and resourceful programs and activities to inspire a deeper appreciation and understanding of the lives of diverse deaf people, including their language, culture, experiences, achievements and contributions worldwide.
 
 
Vision Statement: 
A world of positive interaction and cultural cooperation between diverse deaf and hearing persons and organizations.
 
 
Values Statements:
  • The Deaf Cultural Center is dedicated to increasing public understanding and awareness of the historical and modern experience of deaf people, cultural expressions of Deaf culture, arts and humanities. Our goal is to foster mutual understanding and cultural cooperation between deaf and hearing people. For our purposes, the word, deaf, includes people of all walks of life and all types of hearing loss. 
  • The Deaf Cultural Center strives to be a model of unbiased diversity, inclusion and information about people with hearing loss. Our Deaf Cultural Center Foundation Board of Directors, Deaf Cultural Center staff and volunteers reflect the broad range of hearing loss, education, communication choices, cultures, expertise and walks of life that proudly constitute our society. 
  • We respect, value, and celebrate the unique attributes, characteristics, perspectives and communications/accessibility choices that make each deaf and hearing person who they are. We also believe that bringing together these diverse individuals allows us to collectively and more effectively foster and encourage goodwill among ourselves as well as understanding and respect for human diversity. 
  • We recognize and honor the vitality, richness and diversity of the language, art, knowledge, history and values of the deaf community. We value and appreciate the richness of Deaf culture and American Sign Language. 
  • These core values are to be reflected in our relationships, strategies and actions. 
Background Statement
Included in the mission of Deaf Cultural Center Foundation is the charge to develop, support, and expand resources to assist in meeting the needs of diverse deaf persons, disseminating information on deafness, and facilitating positive interactions between deaf and hearing persons and organizations in local, state and nationwide venues.

When a highway sign was set up on I-35 showing the location of the Kansas School for the Deaf, people stopped by the school asking for information about former students, families, or former employees, as well as information about deafness and related topics. KSD was not able to provide this service, so board members suggested setting up a center for the general public and for alumni members, and friends of various groups. There was a recognized need to educate the general public about various types of hearing loss and share this wealth of information. Ideas included the Sign Language program and setting up an office for research / information for alumni and friends of deaf organizations. 
 
Evolution of programming at the Deaf Cultural Center shows that there are five distinct components the center addresses: the William J. Marra Museum of Deaf History and Deaf Culture; the beginnings of a Deaf digital library; outreach programming that includes sign language classes, social events for the deaf and hearing communities, workshop events for the deaf and hearing communities; expansion of fine arts topics, which include art, De'VIA (Deaf View Image Art) and performance art; and referral services and information related to deaf and hard of hearing issues.
Impact Statement
Goals completed in 2015 include:  
  1. The Deaf Cultural Center received a grant through the Johnson County Heritage Trust Fund for the purpose of long range planning for exhibits in the museum. The grant paid for a committee to develop this plan as well as itemized information for individual exhibit changes. 
  2. Our volunteer program is expanding and becoming more refined. After conducting a nationwide search for volunteer program development specific to deaf museums, we discovered that there are none. As a result we continue developing this program and setting the standard for future deaf museums. We have recruited new volunteers and have paired them with dedicated volunteers as part of this training.
  3. Through partnership with the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art located in Kansas City, Missouri, we completed a second-year art event during Deaf Awareness Week in September. The focus of the event was on the art genre of De'VIA (Deaf View Image Art) which is representative of the Deaf Experience, and on performance ast through ASL poetry. The Deaf Cultural Center also very willingly participated on the Nelson-Atkins Advisory Committee for Accessibility this past year and appreciated the opportunity to provide insight into the Deaf community.
  4. The Deaf Cultural Center was able to replace AC/Heating units that were nonfunctioning. Out of our five units we now have four new AC units and 3.5 new furnaces.
Needs Statement
  1. In order to maintain our current programming, our monthly income needs to increase to $5000-$10,000 monthly. Additional money beyond that amount will provide for expansion of programs.
  2. We are currently on a search additional board members with expertise in finance, marketing and museum studies.
  3. Above and beyond daily operational costs, there is a need for monies to upgrade museum equipment. Through work with our museum designers we now have an itemized list for individual exhibits.
  4. In addition to the positions of Director and Administrative Assistant becoming full-time, there is also a need to have paid positions for our volunteer coordinator and sign language coordinator.
  5. The center sits on a rather dark corner. Because we often have evening events there is a need for additional outside lighting. This would provide a greater measure of safety and security for all.

 

Service Categories
Cultural & Ethnic Awareness
Deaf/Hearing Impaired Centers, Services
Alliances & Advocacy
Areas of Service
National
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
The Deaf Cultural Center is debt-free, as the building, the contents of the museum and the land is all paid for in total. The Deaf Cultural Center Foundation continues to be funded from a variety of sources that support our programs and operating costs associated with the center. New programs have been established that are well defined and there is a very clear plan of action for the future.

Visitors to the Deaf Cultural Center continue to increase and there is a significant expansion in public awareness and requests for information and services throughout the region. Our center has set the standard for cultural centers about deafness, and has been contacted by several other States for information on how to establish centers in their areas. We have been told that the Deaf Cultural Center in Olathe, Kansas, is the only public museum of deaf history and deaf culture in the United States that is not affiliated with an educational facility.

Our challenges include the ongoing maintenance of funding levels on an annual basis. There is a need to increase full-time staffing at the center. Exhibits are in need of upgrading and expansion, as well as a need to increase space for additional programs and artifact displays. These challenges are being addressed through increasing the number of board members and providing training; working to establish a Board of Trustees which will have the focus to secure additional funding sources; securing interns and additional volunteers to assist with clerical help; researching potential grant opportunities; and setting up committees with the focus to develop programming for delivery of service to the public.
Programs
Description This packaged tour can begin with a pre-visit to the school by the Deaf Cultural Center Executive Director. Students have the opportunity to learn information about living and learning with a hearing loss, the importance of taking care of your hearing, and how to talk with someone who may not be able to hear. Teachers are left with a variety of materials for classroom use prior to the visit to the Center, including mini lessons, books about Deafness, and sign language activities and games. A few weeks later the classes visit and are lead through the museum by Deaf volunteers. The tour includes the Living By the Eye exhibit room, a 12-minute video about Deaf Culture, and a scavenger hunt for information on the history of deafness in America and the Kansas School for the Deaf. Students experience ASL Storytelling, a mini sign language lesson, and an art activity. All of these activities are lead by Deaf Cultural Center volunteers. The cost for the Hands On Workshop portion of this tour is $7/child with a minimum of 10 paid participants. Touring the center is free!
Category Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines, General/Other Communications Disorders
Population Served General/Unspecified, ,
Short-Term Success Reaction from students and teachers has been extremely positive. Students are thrilled when they have actually been able to communicate with someone who is Deaf! Behavior from the student groups has been very focused on the information presented and questions from students and teachers indicates a genuine desire to learn about a community they may not have known much about. Students are eager to share what they have learned and are seen practicing their “signing” to each other. For visitors who have family members with a hearing loss, it has been reassurance that they are not alone and that information is readily available. Questions about additional resource information on equipment and services are often requested.
Long-Term Success It is the mission of the Deaf Cultural Center that when students and teachers have the chance to learn about this diverse culture and have the opportunity to interact with members of this culture, they will begin to foster an understanding and appreciation for how both communities can live, work and communicate together.
Program Success Monitored By Immediate measure of success is from two sources. A ‘feedback form’ is given to both teachers and students as a means of assessing the impact of the tour experience. Written comments in our guest book also provide a source of information about the visit, along with verbal comments. Long term success is measured by the number of times we have return visitors or referrals from these visitors. Phone calls and emails requesting information about services, sign language classes, etc, are indication that materials presented in the tour had an impact on visitors.
Examples of Program Success Our first large tour group was three 3rd grade classes totaling 58 students and 8 adults. The group participated in both the general education tour as well as all of the activities in the Hands-On Workshop. The students were actively engaged in these morning activities for 2 ½ hours. The teachers commented that the students were used to eating lunch at 10:45 and they did not complete their tour until 12:30. Though a few of the students commented about being hungry, they all remained very well focused on the task at hand! Comments from the adults were very positive and several mentioned that this experience was one of the best they have ever had a chance to be involved with. The students practiced their signing skills with the Deaf volunteers and were all smiles at realizing they really were communicating! It was especially encouraging to see the hearing adults also trying to communicate with the Deaf adults. An email received recently sums up the impact of our program: "You have no idea what you have done with our group. On our ride back home to Michigan, the hearing kids kicked my other staff and I out of the back rows on the bus so that they can be with the deaf kids. About 5-7 hearing kids were with our 5 kids. They made new friends. They were basically talking, texting, laughing and all of that! Did that for about 12 hours straight on the bus."
Description Each month we invite people to our "patio" for a couple of hours of appetizers, beverage and to hear a story about an artifact from our museum. These have become very popular and provide a way to share the history of Deafness in America. Though we are rarely on our outside "patio" the name indicates that this is a fun event and open to everyone. There is a minimal fee of $10 for guests ($5 for members) to help cover the cost. We also offer small businesses the opportunity to host the event, giving them the chance to tell about their business and show support for the Deaf Cultural Center.
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other History & Historical Programs
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success We are beginning to see that more and more of our community members are attending our Patio Parties on a regular basis. We have heard positive comments about the programming and more of our volunteers are offering to provide programs of their interest.
Long-Term Success Developing an appreciation for history and culture can be difficult to measure. However, by providing information to all of our community members, it is our hope that a common bond of understanding and respect for each other can be fostered.
Program Success Monitored By Our success is monitored by the number of people who attend each month and how many of these individuals attend on a regular basis.
Examples of Program Success When this program first began, it was facilitated by our Deaf Cultural Center staff. The program is now facilitated completely by our volunteers with many different individuals offering to provide programming. 
Description Deaf Friendly Business Training is offered to local small business and non-profit organization employees as a way to become familiar with interacting with their deaf/hard of hearing consumers and employees. This training program is offered every other month for 1 1/2 hours. The program is facilitated by deaf/hard of hearing trainers and provides basic tips on how a business can welcome deaf/hard of hearing consumers into their place of business. Cost for this training is partnership to the Deaf Cultural Center. Upon completion of the training a window sticker identifying the business as Deaf Friendly is given to the business. Their name is listed on the social media of the Deaf Cultural Center and listed through a variety of deaf networking listservs.
Category Education, General/Other Adult Education
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success
Short-term program success can be seen by comments from the place of business describing successful interactions. We will also be seeing success from comments from Deaf community members as they relay successful interaction with the business.
Additional success will be noted as more and more businesses take this training class. 
Long-Term Success Long term success will be noted when deaf consumers rate the business as Deaf Friendly on the online website: DeafFriendly.com. This website is not affiliated with the Deaf Cultural Center but offers a way for deaf consumers to share experiences with others on a national level (though specific for state or local area).
Program Success Monitored By At the conclusion of the class, a survey is sent to the business. The program facilitators are in contact with the businesses that have completed the course and will be sending bi-monthly newsletter with additional communication tips and stories of success.
Examples of Program Success
This program began in January 2015 and we have seen completion of training by six businesses. Several additional businesses have signed up for the next training to be held in May.
One comment from one of the businesses has remarked about improved relationship between their staff and their deaf residents (local nursing home). 
Description
  • American Sign Language (ASL) classes are offered to local businesses. These classes are arranged at the convenience of the business and provide vocabulary specific to the needs of the business.
  • Typically, the classes are four weeks in length, meeting twice weekly for 1 1/2 hours during each class session. Instructors are members of the Deaf community who have had courses in providing sign language instruction.
  • Students of the class purchase the materials for the class which are specific to their needs.
  • Students are encouraged to attend events at the center and take a tour of the Deaf Cultural Center Museum. 
  • These classes are a basic exposure to American Sign Language and help students determine their aptitude and motivation for the language. 
  • Cost for the classes vary depending on number of students. 
Category Education, General/Other Literacy
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success
Short-term program success will be determined by 95% of students completing the course. 
 
Long-Term Success
Long-term program success will be determined by the business requesting additional ASL courses for their employees. 
Additional long-term program success will be noted by 25% of students continuing their pursuit of learning ASL through taking credit courses at the local community college.
Program Success Monitored By
Program success will be monitored by survey of the students and supervisors at the end of the course. 
The Deaf Cultural Center will retain a log of student names and date of classes taken.
Examples of Program Success
A local nursing home has completed four class sessions and continues to request more training for their employees. A statement from a supervisor reports improved relationship between staff and client.
The local police department completed two sessions in 2015. Several police officers have taken the opportunity to attend several events at the Deaf Cultural Center and have relayed anecdotal success stories of conversational interaction with Deaf community members.
Description

In partnership with the Olathe Medical Center we has launched accessible quarterly workshops focusing on health information for the Deaf community. Statistics indicate that the Deaf community is under-served and under-informed regarding health information. The need is for workshops specifically tailored to the Deaf community in order to provide a comfortable, non-threatening setting where dialog is open. The following article (2013) from the American Psychological Association states “ . . . in the deaf population compared with the hearing population there are lower rates of individuals accessing preventative services, worse cardiovascular health outcomes and higher rates of obesity." Both medical personnel, interpreters in the health-care field and the Deaf community at large, have suggested the quarterly workshop topics. Topics have included Diabetes Education, Warning Signs for Heart Attack and Stroke, Where to go when sick or injured: ER or Walk-in Clinic, and Deaf Community Health Fair.

Category Health Care, General/Other Health Care Issues
Population Served Families, ,
Short-Term Success

Participants engaging in conversation with health care providers and asking pertinent questions about their own issues are viewed as short-term success. We regard this as the first step in taking responsibility for personal health care.

Long-Term Success

Long-term success with this program will reduce health disparities within the Greater Kansas City deaf community.

Program Success Monitored By

At the end of each workshop participants are encouraged to complete an evaluation/feedback form. We are also collecting anecdotal comments from participants indicating a better understanding of workshop information.

Examples of Program Success

We have seen a steady growth of participants attending the workshops. Participants have been very engaged in discussion with the medical personnel presenters. We have also received very positive response from attendees regarding the various presentations.

CEO Comments

We have been overwhelmed with the successes of our programs. The new programs have been a wonderful addition to our growing list and truly fit well with our intended mission. One of the best indicators of success have been the groups that have returned on an annual basis to participate in programs and events. We are always pleased to see "new" faces, however.

Our greatest challenge with our programs is keeping our ideas manageable. We do recognize that we are not able to 'do it all' due to the challenge of our programs are run by volunteers, not paid staff. There is a belief that once we are in a position of generating additional income, we will be in a better position to expand to more areas of need.
 
Many of our future program ideas are coming from visitors to the center. We have seen an increase in the number of individuals who are losing their hearing and are in search of help and resources. This is also an indication of the challenge of providing for the local community as well as promoting our identity on a regional and national level.  
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Ms. Sandra Kelly
Term Start Jan 2008
Experience
Sandra retired from the Kansas School for the Deaf, after a 31 year career including classroom teacher, Middle School Administrator, and Community Resource Facilitator. Her experiences with management, organization and community development, which are enhanced by knowledge of the background and understanding of the Deaf Community, are an asset to the position she holds with the Center.
 
Sandra is a member of a variety of community organizations which include the Kansas Association for the Deaf, the National Association for the Deaf, and the Hearing Loss Association of America.
 
She has also served on the Executive Board of the Olathe Chamber of Commerce, and is currently the Past-Chairperson for the Convention and Visitors Bureau Advisory Council.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start
Compensation Last Year
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 0
Paid Part-Time Staff 2
Volunteers 52
Paid Contractors 10
Retention Rate 80%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation No
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency N/A
Senior Management Formal Evaluation No
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency N/A
Non-Management Formal Evaluation No
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency N/A
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Under Development
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy No
Document Destruction Policy No
Collaborations
  • Olathe Chamber of Commerce 
  • Olathe Medical Center
  • Olathe Public Library
  • Olathe Public School District
  • Kansas School for the Deaf
  • Kansas Association for the Deaf
  • Kansas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Deaf Professionals Networking
  • Freedom's Frontier
  • Girl Scouts of NE Kansas & NW Missouri
  • Hearing Loss Association of America - KC
  • InterUrban ArtHouse
  • Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm
  • Mid-America Alliance for Access
  • Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
  • Shawnee Mission School District
  • Telecommunication Access Program - Kansas
  • The Whole Person
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Outstanding ServicePersons with Disabilities - The City of Olathe2008
President's AwardKansas Association of the Deaf2011
Humanitatian Award - Sandie KellyOlathe Human Relations Commission2014
Valued Member Investor - Valued Member for Over 14 YearsOlathe Chamber of Commerce2015
Participation in the Museum Assessment Program - Organizational AssessmentAmerican Alliance of Museums2014
Certificate of RecognitionOlathe Public School District2016
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
CEO Comments
The greatest challenge the Deaf Cultural Center faces with our collaborative partners is allocating time for the many wonderful programs being created. We are working diligently to reach out to more and more individuals and organizations in the community that have passion for the various programs available for our participation.
 
We have a belief that by working together we gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of the many cultures that make up our community. 
Board Chair
Board Chair Ms Chriz Dally
Company Affiliation Deafhood Foundation
Term Nov 2016 to Nov 2019
Email chrizdally@gmail.com
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms Kim Anderson The Purple O
Ms. Luanne Barron Kansas School for the Deaf
Ms. Chriz Dally Deafhood
Ms Suzanne Dennis Synergy Counseling
Mrs. Jeanne Ewald Retired
Ms. Michele Keck Coalition for Independence
Mr. David Rosenthal Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Ms. Lorrie Shank Department of Defense
Mr Ashley Watson Greater Oneonta Historical Society
Mr. David Wilcox Community Volunteer
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 10
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 Deaf 10
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 3
Female 7
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 80%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Under Development
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 90%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 10
Standing Committees
Executive
Board Development / Board Orientation
By-laws
Membership
Nominating
Special Events (Golf Tournament, Walk / Run, Silent Auction, Dinner / Gala)
Finance
Advisory Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Billie Collier Kansas School for the Deaf
Mr. Edward Ewald Retired
Mr. Bill Garton Retired
Mr. Jeffrey Murray Baker University
Mrs. Christie Garton Thompson University Chic
CEO Comments
Unique to our board has been the use of videoconferencing for our meetings. Board members live across the country and meeting via videoconferencing has helped expand our presence in additional communities.
 
The greatest challenge for us has been finding a successful way to include non-signers to our meetings. However, we are pursuing a possible solution. This may require some help with funding. 
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2016
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2016
Projected Revenue $104,200
Projected Expenses $80,350
Spending Policy Income Only
Form 990s
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2014, 2013, 2012:  Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.
  • Foundation/corporation revenue line item may include contributions from individuals. 
Detailed Financials
 
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$92,731$78,725$79,009
Administration Expense$28,324$23,737$23,549
Fundraising Expense$9,106$20,293$15,813
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.650.510.61
Program Expense/Total Expenses71%64%67%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue19%88%55%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$1,198,715$1,233,343$1,288,583
Current Assets$25,654$15,847$26,132
Long-Term Liabilities$21,309$12,517$0
Current Liabilities$19,282$17,017$24,116
Total Net Assets$1,158,124$1,203,809$1,264,467
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities1.330.931.08
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets2%1%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Campaign Purpose Construction of a new addition to the current structure. This would include an education center, classrooms, art gallery and cafe.
Goal $2,000,000.00
Dates Jan 2019 to Jan 2021
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years Yes
Organization Comments
We are aware that depending on partnership dollars alone for our revenue is not enough. Though we have seen a steady increase in our partnership and friends levels in all categories, our resources are being stretched. The board has been exploring opportunities for developing revenue streams that can be steady and reliant. We have had the chance to talk with several of our collaborative partners and look forward to putting additional programs into place.
We have been humbled by the number of individuals who have set up legacy plans to assist the Deaf Cultural Center in the future. It is apparent that many in the community see the value of our mission and pledge to support the continued operation of the center. 
We also recognize the importance of an annual audit and we are actively seeking resources to complete this project during this calendar year. 
Organization Name Deaf Cultural Center Foundation
Address 455 East Park Street
Olathe, KS 660615436
Primary Phone (913) 782-5808
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Sandra Kelly
Board Chair Ms Chriz Dally
Board Chair Company Affiliation Deafhood Foundation
Year of Incorporation 1988
Former Names
Kansas Educational Foundation