Donor Spotlights:

Buck Buchanan

Richard "Buck" Buchanan

Richard “Buck” Buchanan’s involvement with Heartspring started when he was a young boy. His mother and her church volunteered at what was then the Institute of Logopedics. They drove families that needed transportation to therapy. The experience stayed with Buck.
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Buck Buchanan

Richard "Buck" Buchanan

Richard “Buck” Buchanan’s involvement with Heartspring started when he was a young boy. His mother and her church volunteered at what was then the Institute of Logopedics. They drove families that needed transportation to therapy. The experience stayed with Buck. As time went on, he began a career that allowed him to do more volunteer work. This gave Buck the opportunity to come back to Heartspring. He served on the board for six years and took on a number of responsibilities including serving on the strategy committee to help develop a plan and vision for the future of Heartspring. He has participated in fundraising events and made financial gifts of his own. He also served on our building project committee, providing valuable insight and perspective to Expanding Possibilities.

“I know how many good things are happening here and how many services they offer to children with all kinds of disabilities, not just autism.” Buck said. “The fact that we are having a building project to expand capacity to be able to serve more kids and families is really exciting. I’m just so happy for that.”

Continuing his mother’s legacy, Buck’s family has continued to be involved with Heartspring. From his wife, Linda, who is a current board member, all the way to his grandson, the Buchanan family is forever a part of the Heartspring family.

Throughout his life, Buck has been a supporter of Heartspring. He’s donated his time and treasure to our mission and the children we serve. His support and insight have been extremely valuable to Heartspring. That is why we honored him with the first Spirit of Heartspring award. This award was created to recognize individuals who live out the Heartspring values and share in our mission in more ways than one. The individual must exemplify excellence, celebration, leadership, service, possibility and integrity.

Thank you, Buck, for being an amazing supporter of Heartspring and helping us build a bright future for our children.

Cox Communications

Cox Communications

We’d like to thank Cox Communications for its support this year. Cox was the presenting sponsor of our 2016 Autism CARE Walk and a table sponsor at Light Your Heart with Heartspring.
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Cox Communications

Cox Communications

We’d like to thank Cox Communications for its support this year. Cox was the presenting sponsor of our 2016 Autism CARE Walk and a table sponsor at Light Your Heart with Heartspring. The company also helped us spread the word by donating air time so more people would hear about our events.

“Cox is committed to supporting the organizations that help so many of those in the communities we serve,” Kayla Sullivan, Cox public affairs specialist, said. “We are excited to see the growth and success of Heartspring and are proud to support their efforts to touch more lives.”

This is just one chapter in Cox’s partnership with Heartspring. Cox Communications has been supporting our mission since 2006.

Barbara and Jim Parks

Barbara and Jim Parks

In the summer of 1991, Barbara and Jim Parks sent their son, Wade, away for the first time in his life. The Texas couple enrolled their teenage son in a summer program at the Institute of Logopedics, now Heartspring, in Wichita.
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Barbara and Jim Parks

Barbara and Jim Parks

In the summer of 1991, Barbara and Jim Parks sent their son, Wade, away for the first time in his life. The Texas couple enrolled their teenage son in a summer program at the Institute of Logopedics, now Heartspring, in Wichita.

Wade had a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, but that didn’t stop him from enjoying life and the people around him. His family heard of the Institute, and after much deliberation, decided the services offered would be helpful for their son. While he was there, he went to school, received therapies and went on a number of fun outings. The experience really made a big impact on Wade.

“He had changed,” Jim said. “He was much more mature. He had developed more maturity that summer than in any year prior to that.”

Barbara and Jim shared that Wade improved in social interactions and handling instructions.

The next summer, Wade had a seizure and passed away. Even after Wade’s death, Barbara and Jim continued to support Heartspring and its mission, but more than 20 years later, they decided they wanted to make an even bigger impact with a gift of $25,000 to the organization. It was something the couple had been planning for a long time.

“We’ve had a special place for Heartspring.” Jim said. “We felt like the staff met Wade where he was and worked to help him develop what he had. It was pretty individualized.”

Their gift will support new curriculum and educator training. This will help ensure students continue to receive individualized education from well-trained professionals. Their generosity will also allow for new technology on campus, by providing SMART Tables, an educational device that gives students a new, hands-on way to learn. Barbara and Jim said they particularly liked the social interaction the tables encourage.

To honor Wade, they have arranged for a plaque in the memorial and tribute courtyard. His name will always be a part of Heartspring. People in years to come will know about Wade, and the impact he and his family made on the organization. Barbara and Jim hope their gift will continue that standard of care and instruction so children can grow, just like Wade did.

Lattner Family Foundation

Lattner Family Foundation

Last year, a grant from the Lattner Family Foundation helped provide free and reduced price therapies to children with developmental disabilities and delays served through Heartspring’s Pediatric Services.
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Lattner Family Foundation

Lattner Family Foundation

Last year, a grant from the Lattner Family Foundation helped provide free and reduced price therapies to children with developmental disabilities and delays served through Heartspring’s Pediatric Services. Funding support from generous donors such as the Lattner Family Foundation provides all children with the services they need regardless of their families’ ability to pay. The Lattner Family Foundation and former Forrest C. Lattner Foundation’s legacy of generosity and philanthropic support has funded a number of projects and programs across the Heartspring campus for the past several decades. Thank you for your long-standing partnership with Heartspring!

Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation

Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation

Heartspring was grateful to receive a generous gift of $10,000 from the Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation (WOW), which helped fund the Heartspring Pediatric Services Outdoor Therapeutic Environment Shade Project.
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Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation

Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation

Heartspring was grateful to receive a generous gift of $10,000 from the Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation (WOW), which helped fund the Heartspring Pediatric Services Outdoor Therapeutic Environment Shade Project. The Outdoor Therapeutic Environment helps children served gain critical skills in a fun, whimsical, interactive therapeutic play environment nestled in and around a fully accessible treehouse. Adding shaded areas to the Outdoor Therapeutic Environment supplies vital sun screen safety, expands the timeframe throughout the year in which the therapeutic environment can be used, and will enable the therapeutic environment to become a certified outdoor classroom. What else can we say but WOW, thank you!

Donor Spotlights:

Lattner Family Foundation

Last year, a grant from the Lattner Family Foundation helped provide free and reduced price therapies to children with developmental disabilities and delays served through Heartspring’s Pediatric Services.   READ MORE

Donor Spotlight:

Lattner Family Foundation

Last year, a grant from the Lattner Family Foundation helped provide free and reduced price therapies to children with developmental disabilities and delays served through Heartspring’s Pediatric Services. Funding support from generous donors such as the Lattner Family Foundation provides all children with the services they need regardless of their families’ ability to pay. The Lattner Family Foundation and former Forrest C. Lattner Foundation’s legacy of generosity and philanthropic support has funded a number of projects and programs across the Heartspring campus for the past several decades. Thank you for your long-standing partnership with Heartspring!

Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation

Heartspring was grateful to receive a generous gift of $10,000 from the Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation (WOW), which helped fund the Heartspring Pediatric Services Outdoor Therapeutic Environment Shade Project.   READ MORE

Donor Spotlight:

Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation

Heartspring was grateful to receive a generous gift of $10,000 from the Women of Wichita Charitable Foundation (WOW), which helped fund the Heartspring Pediatric Services Outdoor Therapeutic Environment Shade Project. The Outdoor Therapeutic Environment helps children served gain critical skills in a fun, whimsical, interactive therapeutic play environment nestled in and around a fully accessible treehouse. Adding shaded areas to the Outdoor Therapeutic Environment supplies vital sun screen safety, expands the timeframe throughout the year in which the therapeutic environment can be used, and will enable the therapeutic environment to become a certified outdoor classroom. What else can we say but WOW, thank you!

Heartspring Giving Societies

Being a part of one of our giving societies means you have made a lasting impression on Heartspring and the families and children we serve. Heartspring recognizes giving societies that acknowledge and celebrate the remarkable difference our generous donors make each year.

Palmer Society


The Palmer Society recognizes individuals and organizations whose leadership is vital to the future of Heartspring and the families we serve. Palmer Society members have given $10,000 or more in fiscal year 2015-2016.

President's Circle


President’s Circle members have made an impact on the lives of children with special needs by giving $250 to $9,999 in fiscal year 2015-2016 or have reached the lifetime giving level of $50,000 or more.

Lifetime Donors


These individuals and organizations have made a long-term commitment to Heartspring and its mission. Palmer Lifetime Giving Society members have given $500,000 or more and President’s Circle members gave $50,000 or more.

Palmer Society

The Palmer Society recognizes individuals and organizations whose leadership is vital to the future of Heartspring and the families we serve. Palmer Society members have given $10,000 or more in fiscal year 2018-2019.

* Indicates members who have reached the lifetime giving level of $500,000 or more.

Palmer Society - Diamond

$50,000+


  • Bomhoff Foundation
  • Mrs. Ilene Bomhoff
  • Delta Dental of Kansas
  • *J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, Inc.
  • *Sigma Alpha Sorority Foundation
  • Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.
  • *Spirit AeroSystems Good Neighbor Fund
  • The Sunderland Foundation
  • Dwane L. and Velma Wallace Charitable Foundation

Palmer Society - Platinum

$25,000+


  • Grumpy Old Men
  • TUA Lewis Humphreys Charitable Trust
  • *Rouback Family Foundation
  • Clara L. Shumway Charitable Trust

Palmer Society - Gold

$10,000+


  • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ackerman
  • Textron Aviation Employees Uplift Fund
  • The Beach-Edwards Family Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Breen
  • Combined Federal Campaign
  • Cox Communications Inc.
  • William E. Dean III Charitable Foundation
  • Emprise Bank
  • Equity Bank
  • Nellie F. Estes Testamentary Trust
  • Mr. and Mrs. E. Stanley Guyer
  • Ms. Deborah John
  • *Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation
  • Mr. Darren Laybourn
  • Mr. and Mrs. William B. Moore
  • Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Noller
  • Earl C. & Elizabeth Toutz Charitable Trust
  • Westar Energy

President's Circle

President’s Circle members have made an impact on the lives of children with special needs by giving $250 to $9,999 in fiscal year 2018-2019 or have reached the lifetime giving level of $50,000 or more.

* Indicates members who have reached the lifetime giving level of $50,000 or more.

President's Circle - Silver

$5,000+


  • Autism Speaks
  • *Epsilon Sigma Alpha - Kansas State Council
  • Gamma Phi Beta - Beta Chi Chapter
  • *Goebel Family - Star Lumber Charitable Foundation
  • Harcros Chemicals Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hintz
  • Hutton Construction
  • Learjet Employees Care Fund Wichita, Inc.
  • Mr. Shengquan Liang and Mrs. Yan Chen
  • Mr. and Mrs. Tim McNary
  • *The George K. Robb and Viella E. Robb Endowment Fund
  • Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Robertson
  • USI Insurance Services LLC
  • White Family Charitable Foundation

President's Circle - Bronze

$1,000+


  • AF Group
  • AgVantis, Inc
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Allseits
  • *Alpha Iota Sorority (National)
  • Mrs. Tammy Arrington
  • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ashley
  • Mr. and Ms. Daniel Back
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jason J. Barb
  • *The Barton Foundation, Inc.
  • Ms. Kalee R. Beal
  • Mr. Brad Benaway
  • *Berry Foundation
  • Mr. Don Bizub
  • Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Butz
  • Mr. and Mrs. Amos Cape
  • Capitol Federal Foundation
  • *Cargill Cares
  • Check 'N Go
  • Chevron Matching Employee Funds
  • City of Wichita
  • CRH Management LLC
  • Davis-Moore Automotive, Inc.
  • Ms. Chelsea DeLay
  • Dillehay Orthodontics
  • Miss Emily Dinwiddie
  • Distinct Ink
  • DJA Financial Aid Services, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Docking
  • Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Docking
  • *Gladys M. Evans Testamentary Trust
  • Evergy, Inc
  • Explorer Elementary Social Committee
  • Fidelity Bank
  • Foulston Siefkin LLP
  • Dr. and Mrs. Doug Garrard
  • Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Glenn
  • Verna P. Goering Trust
  • Greater Salina Community Foundation
  • Groves Retail Liquor
  • Hamilton Relay, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hankins
  • Dr. and Ms. Stephen Hinkin
  • Mrs. Eileen Hinkin
  • Ms. Diane Hoffman
  • House of Schwan, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hubbell
  • ImageQuest
  • Innovative Bodywork and Massage, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robin Jennison
  • Dr. and Mrs. Shawn Jensen
  • Johnson's Garden Center
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Keeny
  • Mr. and Mrs. Durrel Kelley
  • The Kirschner Trusts
  • Knights of Columbus Council #10408
  • Knights of Columbus Council #7485
  • Mrs. Karri Knox Wolken
  • Mr. and Ms. Hank Kummer
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lattimer
  • The Lattimer Family Trust
  • Lee Aerospace
  • Mr. and Mrs. Greg Leyendecker
  • Mr. and Ms. Wes Little
  • Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Loomis
  • Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lubin
  • Mr. Jeremy Machain and Mrs. Ann Van Bebber
  • Marriott International: Wichita Campus
  • Mr. and Mrs. William P. Matthews
  • Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
  • *H. G. Miller Testamentary Trust
  • Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moon
  • Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Morrow
  • *Mosby Lincoln Foundation
  • Mr. Michael Mullins
  • Mr. Kendal Nelson
  • NetApp, Inc.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Panicali
  • Phoenix Supply Inc.
  • Plymouth Congregational Church
  • Professional Engineering Consultants
  • Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rapp
  • Mr. Joel Reich
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Robert
  • The Paul Ross Charitable Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Monte W. Shaw
  • Shawn D. Jensen, DDS
  • Shelden Architecture, Inc.
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Stanford J. Smith, Jr.
  • Mrs. Crista Smith
  • Mr. and Mrs. F. Robert Smith
  • Starbucks Coffee Company
  • Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Stecklein
  • Stover's Restoration Inc
  • Mr. Craig Strachan
  • SumnerOne
  • Mr. George Sweet and Dr. Donna Sweet
  • SWPlus
  • Mr. Eric Tangeman
  • Mr. and Ms. Brandon Tarwater
  • Textron Matching Gift Program
  • Ms. Caroline Unger
  • *United Way Of The Plains
  • United Rentals Kansas District #242
  • Valassis Giving Committee
  • Vornado Air, LLC
  • Mr. William J. White
  • *Wichita Community Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilhelm
  • Stephen Paul Wunsch Foundation for Young Musicians
  • Mr. and Mrs. Roger Zellers

President's Circle - Copper

$500+


  • Alpha Iota - Portland Alumnae
  • Mr. Tom Bookhout
  • Ms. Sarah Bradburn
  • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradbury
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Broeckelman
  • Buffco Engineering Inc.
  • Mr. and Ms. Andrew Chaney
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chellakudam
  • Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chesser
  • Coast to Coast Builders, Inc.
  • Coleman Employees' Community Fund, Inc.
  • Commerce Bank of Wichita
  • Ms. Ann M. Crannell
  • William L. Crow Charitable Trust
  • Ms. Kim Day
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dean DeVries
  • Ms. Linn Donkersgoed
  • Downtown Wichita Kiwanis Foundation
  • Mr. and Ms. Gary Dunnegan
  • Mr. and Mrs. Randy Eilert
  • *Mrs. Shirley J. Ellis
  • Mr. and Mrs. John A. Engels
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Farley
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Flores
  • Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Ford
  • Mr. Brian Foster
  • Mrs. Rose Marie Galante
  • James Garvey Family Charitable Trust
  • Mr. Dominic Gauna
  • Mr. Barry George
  • Mrs. Kara J. Gibson
  • Golden Plains Pharmacy SVCS
  • Ms. Karla Hartlep
  • Hatchett Buick-GMC & Hyundai
  • Mrs. and Mr. Karen Heit
  • Mrs. June L. Henkelman
  • Mr. and Mrs. Derek Hess
  • Mr. and Mrs. James Hickman
  • Mr. Richard High
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman
  • Dr. and Mrs. Matt Hollenbeck
  • Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Howell
  • Mrs. Alma Jaimes De Lopez
  • Mr. Danny Jimenez
  • Col. and Mrs. Frederick E. Johnston, III
  • Johnston's Clothiers
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Kerschen
  • Knights of Columbus Council #6761
  • Knipp Services
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Koehring
  • Kroger
  • Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kruse
  • La Mesa Rotary Club
  • Mr. Robert Layton
  • Dr. and Mrs. John Lundgren
  • Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lungwitz
  • Mr. and Mrs. Yousif J. Mahmoud
  • Maize South Middle School
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Meadows
  • Mechanical Systems, Inc.
  • NuStar Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steven Owens
  • Poet Ethanol Products
  • Mr. and Mrs. Darwin R. Poulos
  • Mr. and Ms. Jay Prater
  • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Randle
  • Mrs. Jill Rangarajan
  • Mr. and Mrs. David M. Rapp
  • Rooney Macholl Family Fund
  • SalonZ
  • Mr. Christopher S. Shank and Ms. Anna Anderson
  • Mr. Jamey Shibel
  • Sierra Pacific Mortgage Company
  • Smithfield Farmland Corp.
  • Standard Beverage Corporation
  • Mr. Mark Suchinski
  • Sunflower Travel
  • Miss Jada S. Sutton
  • Mr. Neal Takiff
  • Mrs. Susan Taylor
  • Mr. and Mrs. Chad Wasson
  • Wheat State Insurance Group
  • Ms. Denise Wickham
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Wiggins
  • Mr. and Ms. Jeremiah J. Williamson
  • Mr. Rob Willson
  • Ms. Rachel Woods
  • WSU Tech

President's Circle - Crystal

$240+


  • Ms. Ruth Abbott
  • Mr. and Ms. Chris Aberle
  • Mrs. and Mr. Kristy Achey
  • Mr. and Mrs. Joel Alderson
  • Allen Elementary
  • Alpha Iota - Denver Alumnae
  • Alpha Iota - District 6
  • Alpha Iota - Honolulu Alumnae
  • Alpha Iota - Spokane Alumnae
  • Alpha Iota - Syracuse Alumnae
  • Alpha Iota - Wichita Alumnae Chapter
  • Alternative Gift Markets Inc
  • AmazonSmile Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Baker
  • Mr. and Mrs. Darin Barnes
  • Ms. Allyson Bell
  • Mr. Dean Bergman
  • Ms. Margaret Bostwick
  • Ms. Rachel L. Bournival
  • Mrs. Judie Bradburn
  • Mr. and Ms. Brian Bruce
  • Mr. Wayne Bryan
  • William Cantwell
  • Ms. Karin Cernik
  • Mr. Christopher Chaffin
  • Mr. Wayne Chambers
  • Ms. Crystal Cogburn
  • Mrs. Kendra Conard
  • Mr. and Mrs. Zach Cooper
  • Mr. and Ms. Christopher Cordes
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Crouth
  • Cunningham Community VBS
  • Ms. Diana Daffron
  • Mr. and Ms. Kent Dent
  • Dillons - Mulvane
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elliott
  • Dr. Kimberly Engber
  • Mrs. Yomely Escalera
  • Mr. Jay Ewy
  • Ms. Cynthia L. Ewy
  • Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fasnacht
  • Mr. Pat Fitzgerald and Ms. Ruth Abbott
  • Mr. and Mrs. William F. Frailey
  • Fraternal Order Of Eagles - KS State Aerie
  • Mr. Benjamin T. French
  • Mr. and Ms. Phil Garrison
  • General Mills Box Tops for Education
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Gettings
  • Miss Allison M. Gettings
  • Miss Jeanetta Green
  • Ms. Adrienne N. Guyer
  • Miss Frances Hasemann
  • Mrs. Mandi Headley
  • Mr. Brian Hedgecock
  • Mrs. Mary Huber
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas John
  • Mr. Karl Jones
  • Ms. Pamela S. Jordan
  • Ms. Nikita A. Judd
  • K. Lanes
  • Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Klein
  • Mr. and Mrs. Carlos M. Labarca
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mark Longwell
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lucke
  • Maize Middle School
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mario M. Mangino
  • Mr. and Mrs. Michael Marasco
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kurtis Marcotte
  • Mr. Jeremy Martin
  • Ms. Stephanie D. Mason
  • Ms. Stephanie May
  • Ms. Rachel Mayberry
  • Mr. and Mrs. Ray McHenry
  • Mr. and Mrs. Scott McMullen
  • Ms. Paula S. McVey
  • M. D. Michaelis Revocable Trust
  • Mr. William Miller
  • Mr. Kenneth Millsap
  • Ms. Hayly A. Moore
  • Ms. Angelica Morales De Almeyda
  • Cowtown Moustache And Beard Society
  • Mr. George Murakami
  • National Baseball Congress
  • Ms. Christine Noonan
  • Nora's Kitchen
  • Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Norton
  • Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert Omido
  • Mr. and Mrs. Matt Opliger
  • Miss Jennifer Perea
  • Mrs. Sheryle Pollan
  • Mrs. Dk Sisters & Lynn Porter
  • Mrs. Vera Quaranta
  • Mr. and Mrs. David Rainish
  • Mr. and Mrs. W. Matt Raper
  • Mr. Josh Rappoport
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rau
  • Ms. Taya M. Reed
  • Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robinson
  • Mr. Gary H. Rochester
  • Ms. Beverly Rodeck
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Russell
  • Mr. Kenneth Scarpelli
  • Mr. Alan Schumacher, Sr.
  • Mr. Dale Seiwert
  • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Serame
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Severe
  • Severe Oil LLC
  • Mr. George L. Sevick
  • Miss Christi A. Shetlar
  • Mrs. Maria Shogren
  • Mr. and Mrs. John W. Siedhoff
  • Sigma Alpha Sorority - Theta Nu
  • Ms. Mandie Smith
  • Miss Holli N. Steiner
  • Thrivent Financial
  • Mr. and Mrs. David P. Tillemans
  • T-Mobile
  • Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Todd
  • Mr. and Mrs. Bradley S. Trombley
  • Dr. Geoff Vincent
  • Wichita Community Theatre
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Wine
  • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winkler
  • Ms. Rachel L. Womack
  • Ms. Hannah Yakel

Lifetime Donors

These individuals and organizations have made a long-term commitment to Heartspring and its mission. Palmer Lifetime Giving Society members have given $500,000 or more and President’s Circle members gave $50,000 or more.

Palmer Society

 

$500,000+


  • Bank of America Foundation
  • Boeing Company of Wichita
  • Cessna Foundation
  • Chi Sigma National Sorority
  • Epsilon Sigma Alpha - Kansas State Council
  • Garvey Kansas Foundation
  • Housing & Urban Development of Kansas
  • Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation
  • Koch Industries, Inc.
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • Forrest C. Lattner Foundation, Inc.
  • J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, Inc.
  • National Federation of Grandmother Clubs of America
  • Rouback Family Foundation
  • Forrest C. Shaklee
  • Sigma Alpha Sorority Foundation
  • Spirit AeroSystems Good Neighbor Fund
  • Kenneth J. Wagnon Foundation
  • Women's Council of Heartspring

President's Circle

 

$50,000+


  • Delta Dental of Kansas
  • Alpha Iota Sorority (National)
  • Helen Angeledes - Estate
  • ASC Foundation
  • Florence Astle Testamentary Trust
  • The Barton Foundation, Inc.
  • Beach Family Foundation
  • Berry Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Berry
  • Bombardier Aerospace, Learjet, Inc.
  • Bomhoff Foundation
  • Ms. Ilene Bomhoff
  • Richard E. Brown Estate
  • Ruth L. Brown Estate
  • S. M. and Laura Brown Charitable Trust
  • Cargill Cares
  • Mr. Frank L. Carney
  • Gayla W. & Daniel M. Carney Family Charities Foundation
  • Cessna Aircraft Company
  • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Coleman
  • Coleman Company Charitable Trust, Inc.
  • L. Alice Collister
  • Combined Federal Campaign
  • Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Cordes
  • Cox Communications Inc.
  • CPS Foundation
  • Ms. Vertie L. Davis
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Devlin
  • Mrs. Shirley J. Ellis
  • Employees Community Fund of Boeing Wichita
  • Emprise Bank
  • Nellie F. Estes Testamentary Trust
  • Gladys M. Evans Testamentary Trust
  • Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Geist
  • Goebel Family - Star Lumber Charitable Trust
  • Goldsmith's, Inc.
  • The Great River City Duck Race
  • Mr. and Mrs. E. Stanley Guyer
  • Lois P. Hansen Charitable Trust
  • Blanche Helm Estate
  • Lola B. Herren Estate
  • Edna M. Hood Estate
  • INTRUST Bank Charitable Trust
  • Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Jones
  • Kansas Health Foundation
  • Kansas Society for Crippled Children
  • Mr. Leroy Klema
  • Ralph LaBounty Trust
  • Lambda Tau Delta National
  • TW Pierce F. Lippman Trust
  • Merlin R. Marlow Estate
  • Marjorie I. Meyer Restated Living Trust
  • Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Meyer
  • Mr. William W. Michael
  • Mr. Fred Michel
  • H. G. Miller Testamentary Trust
  • Mosby Lincoln Foundation
  • Donald Muir Trust
  • Victor Murdock Fund
  • Mr. and Mrs. William L. Oliver
  • I.A. O'Shaughnessy Foundation
  • Mr. Earl W. Parsons
  • Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Pizza Hut, Inc.
  • Mr. John T. Preston
  • Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ritchie
  • The George K. Robb and Viella E. Robb Endowment Fund
  • Angus L. Robertson Revocable Trust
  • Carl Rohwer Trust
  • Mr. Charles S. Selmon
  • Clara L. Shumway Charitable Trust
  • Mrs. Judy Slawson
  • Mr. Clark T. Snider
  • Ms. Sarabell Snider
  • Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.
  • Stelbar Oil Corporation
  • The Sunderland Foundation
  • Mr. Daniel J. Taylor
  • Mr. Percy W. Thirtle
  • Earl C. & Elizabeth Toutz Charitable Trust
  • Union Pacific Foundation
  • United Way Of The Plains
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Wagnon
  • Dwane L. and Velma Wallace Charitable Foundation
  • Mrs. Velma Wallace
  • Miss Kathleen Walsh
  • Washington DC Community Health Charities
  • Westar Energy
  • Western Resources Foundation
  • Margaret Wetzler Estate
  • Mr. Jess B. Whitson
  • Wichita Community Foundation
  • Wichita Greyhound Charities, Inc.
  • K.T. Wiedemann Foundation, Inc.
  • Wil-Ken Enterprises, Inc.
  • Homa Wood Unitrust

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