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Become a Legacy Partner

Your $100 annual donation provides:

  $25 to your county Farm Bureau.

  Where the remaining $75 goes is up to you…

  • KFB Foundation for Agriculture*
  • KFB Legal Foundation*
  • VOTE FBF

Families who participate in the Legacy Partner program will be recognized in a variety of ways, not limited to recognition at Farm Bureau events and tickets to special, limited-attendance events.

*Your $75 donation to the KFB Foundations is tax deductible.


The Kansas Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture funds programs and projects designed to help improve agriculture and the quality of life in rural Kansas through leadership development, scholarships and education.



The Kansas Farm Bureau Legal Foundation advocates for the agricultural industry and defends social and economic justice for farmers and ranchers, providing direct legal assistance to the Kansas Farm Bureau, County Farm Bureaus and individual members as well as also providing educational opportunities on topical agriculture issues.



Voters To Elect Farm Bureau Friends (VOTE FBF) is Kansas Farm Bureau’s political fund supporting campaigns of pro-agriculture candidates for federal and state office. VOTE FBF is independent and bipartisan. Candidates supported by VOTE FBF are evaluated on their merits and understanding of agriculture and rural Kansas communities. **(Read below for more details)



Yes, I want to become a Kansas Farm Bureau Legacy Partner



** VOTE FBF contributions will be used to support candidates seeking election to federal offices and are subject to the limits and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Contributions prohibited from being deposited into VOTE FBFs Federal Account will be deposited into the VOTE FBF State Account or returned in accordance with applicable laws. To comply with state and federal laws, we must use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $150 in a calendar year. Contributions are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.