The Kansas Youth Empowerment Academy operates through the continual support of our community funders and partners. We would not be able to fulfill the KYEA mission without the support of the funding sources below:


KYEA's Main Funding Source

Kansas Rehabilitation Services


Faces of Change Sponsors

 Kansas Department of Health and Environment- Special Health Care Needs

Kansas Council on Developmental Disabilities


Amerigroup- An Anthem Company


Kansas Youth Leadership Forum 2018 Sponsors

Kansas Council on Developmental Disabilities

Kansas State Department of Education- leadership and support for student learning

United Access- wheelchair accessible vehicles and equipment

Sunflower Health Plan



Capital City Bank

Washburn University Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Washburn University Petro Building

Resource Center for Independent Living
Independence, Inc.
Independent Living Resource Center
Three Rivers, Inc.
Alliance Bank


In Kind Supporters

Hog Wild Pit Bar-B-Q
Reser’s Fine Foods
Einstein Bros.
Sunflower Healthcare
United Healthcare
Hazel Hill Chocolates
Old Chicago
Coldstone Creamery
Papa John’s Pizza
Legacy Restaurants (Wendy's)


Previous Supporters

John Peterson Memorial Contribution
Community Contributions from KYEA Friends and Supporters- 20 is Plenty Campaign
Topeka Community Foundation


Support KYEA... give a donation today!

KYEA is only successful with the support of our community. If you believe in our mission and would like to help us continue empowering youth with disabilities in Kansas, then you too can donate to KYEA. To make a contribution, you can donate online or through the mail. To donate online, click the link below:

To send a donation through the mail, please make checks payable to KYEA and send to:

517 SW 37th St., Suite B
Topeka, KS 66611

KYEA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; therefore, all of your donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!