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Donor FAQs

About KPI

Kansas Policy Institute (KPI) is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization with the IRS, and a registered charity with the State of Kansas. KPI is not endowed and does not accept government funding. KPI depends on the generosity of individuals, companies, and foundations who share our beliefs in limited government, student-focused education, liberty, and prosperity for all Kansans.

How Can I Give to KPI?

Online – Through the “donate” page on KPI’s website, secure donations can be made via credit card or a PayPal account.
Check or Money Order – Checks or money orders may be sent to KPI’s Wichita office at: Kansas Policy Institute, 250 N. Water, Suite 216, Wichita, Kansas 67202.
Amazon Smile – You can support Kansas Policy Institute by shopping online through the “AmazonSmile” program. When you make Amazon purchases through AmazonSmile, 0.5% of the price of your eligible items can be donated to KPI, with no extra cost to you. Just visit “”, log in using your usual Amazon account details, then select “Kansas Policy Institute” as your charity.
Wire Donation, Stock Transfers, Estate Planning, and “In Kind” Contributions – Please contact KPI Development Officer, Jeff Romine, at 316-634-0218 or for detailed information on how to make donations via wire, stock, or estate planning.

Are my donations tax deductible?

Yes! Because KPI is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization, all donations made directly to KPI are tax-deductible. All donors will receive a form letter of acknowledgement which can serve as an official tax receipt.

Is my information safe?

Online Giving – Yes! KPI utilizes PayPal solutions for accepting all online donations to ensure automatic fraud screening takes place, and because PayPal is PCI compliant.
Donor Privacy – KPI respects the privacy of its donors and their choice not to have personal information shared with others. Regardless of a person’s viewpoint, all Americans have a constitutional right to private, free speech. As such, KPI does not disclose donor identities out of respect for such rights. Furthermore, KPI does not rent, sell, or trade donor information to organizations that use such information for commercial purposes.


If you have a general inquiry not covered under this FAQ, or if you would like your name removed from KPI’s contact list(s), we encourage you to contact KPI Development Officer, Jeff Romine, by email at, by telephone at (316) 634-0218, or by mail at 250 N. Water, Ste. 216, Wichita, KS 67202.

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