Foundation and Corporate Philanthropy

Foundation and Corporate Philanthropy

In the Office of Foundation and Corporate Philanthropy, it is all about relationships. By partnering with foundations and corporations, we have helped University of Kentucky students, faculty, staff, researchers and programs flourish and grow. 

It starts with information. Our office connects foundations and corporations to the projects and programs that fit their interests, values and funding models. Similarly, we educate faculty and staff about available funding opportunities. The combined result has been transformative, building programs, endowing scholarships and advancing research that will enhance the communities, state, nation and world UK serves.

Support from foundations and corporations plays a vital role in enabling UK to fulfill its historic mission, to prepare the next generation of students and to be an engine of innovation that continues generating new ideas and programs.

We look forward to working with you and encourage you to explore the resources on our pages or to call our office at (859) 257-1308 for more information. You can also contact our staff directly:

Jessica Koenigsknecht-Talboo
Director, Foundation and Corporate Philanthropy
(859) 323-6570

jessica.k@uky.edu

Sarah Mardon
Associate Director-STEM, Foundation and Corporate Philanthropy
(859) 323-1885
sarah.mardon@uky.edu

Jonathan Mitchell
Coordinator, Foundation and Corporate Philanthropy
(859) 257-1308
jonathan.mitchell@uky.edu

 

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