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Project Rose

Andy Betzen Endowment

Jim and Rose Blume Endowment

Joey Weber Endowment

Dr. Homer B. Reed Memorial Fund

Staff Caring Program


Please consider donation by check.
Send the check to:

DSNWK
Attn: Development
PO Box 310
Hays, KS 67601

In the memo line, include where you would like the money to go.

DSNWK is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization

5% of all donations will be used to support continued fundraising efforts at DSNWK.


Discover alternate ways to give to DSNWK by including us in your will or trust.


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How to Give:

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  • Charitable Lead Trust
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Project Rose


Project Rose

Project Rose is a popular fund with donors. Donations to this fund go to the “area of greatest” need within the organization, impacting all DSNWK services and locations throughout the 18 counties of northwest Kansas.


Jim and Rose Blume Endowment


Blume Endowment

The Jim and Rose Blume Endowment was established in honor one of DSNWK’s most beloved and respected leaders, Jim (former President/CEO) and his wife Rose.

While honoring this amazing couple for their many, many years of dedicated service to DSNWK and persons with disabilities, this fund will be an enduring, sustaining source of new funding to support the mission and vision of DSNWK in perpetuity.


Joey Weber Endowment


Joey Weber Endowment

This endowment is the legacy of an Oakley, KS native with autism, Joey Weber, whose life was taken too soon. The Joey Weber Endowment was established in December, 2017 in memory of how Joey’s life was lived -- with independence and dignity. Family and friends now remember Joey for the honest, loving and independent man he was.


Dr. Homer B. Reed Memorial Fund


Dr. Homer B. Reed Memorial Fund

In February 1967, the Homer B. Reed Adjustment and Training Center was opened in Hays, KS to serve individuals with disabilities in honor of co-founder, Dr. Homer B. Reed, Sr. Over the years the Reed Center and other disability related organizations throughout northwest Kansas merged to form Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas.

This fund, established by the descendents of Dr. Reed will assist DSNWK in the provision of services in the 18 counties of northwest Kansas.


Staff Caring Fund


Staff Caring Fund

Staff donate thousands of dollars through payroll deduction each year. Since 1992, funds raised through the Staff Caring Program go into Project Rose. To enroll in the program, fill out the enrollment form and send it to the Development Department at the Administrative Office, or drop off at your closest DSNWK office or with your supervisor.