Giving

Grad students, pictured with Prof. McNair, receiving awards

Gifts to the Kress Foundation Department of Art History allow us to fund initiatives on behalf of our undergraduate and graduate students in ways otherwise not possible and provide significant support for our mission.

Every gift makes a difference and we gratefully accept donations in any amount. All donors to the department (except those who wish to remain anonymous) are acknowledged annually in our departmental newsletter.

For a lasting impact, your major gift could establish an endowed fund that provides financial support in perpetuity. Such an endowed fund could be named for you or for someone else of your designation. For more information about creating an endowed fund or setting up a planned gift, please contact Dan Simon, Senior Development Director and Team Lead, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (785-832-7378 or dsimon@kuendowment.org).

We extend our sincere thanks and deep appreciation for the generous support of the department's many alumni and friends, who have partnered with us in our commitment to academic and professional excellence.

David Cateforis
Professor and Chair


You may give online by using the button below. Online giving to our department through the KU Endowment Association is secure, quick, and simple.

Art History Development Fund

This important unrestricted fund allows the department to meet unforeseen needs and take advantage of significant opportunities. A portion of gifts to this fund goes toward awards for academic excellence and scholarships for outstanding students.

Give to Art History Development fund

For opportunities for more specific philanthropic giving to the department, please reach out to:
Dan Simon, Senior Development Director and Team Lead
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
785-832-7378
dsimon@kuendowment.org


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