Jayhawks Give Back

Presented by  |  Andrew Wymore, Realtor

Making a Difference

Jayhawks worldwide lend their time and talents to benefit their communities. Through monetary donations and community service hours, board positions and developing new programs, KU alumni and students are committed to making their communities better.


Our Jayhawks Give Back program celebrates ’Hawks who are making a difference in ways big and small. Each quarter, we’ll feature a member of the KU family and their story. If you know a Jayhawk who should be featured in Jayhawks Give Back, let us know!

The Jayhawks Give Back program is brought to you by Andrew Wymore, senior Realtor with ReeceNichols. Andrew has partnered with the KU Alumni Association to create the Give Back Initiative, which provides 10% of his commission to the association. Andrew specializes in the Greater Kansas City and Johnson County area; however, the Give Back program applies nationwide. Contact Andrew at 913.515.2386 or AWymore@ReeceNichols.com for more information.

Stories of Giving

Jayhawks Give Back
Jayhawk helps communities grow through The Giving Grove

Tucked away in urban neighborhoods across the U.S. are little orchards making a big impact.

Jayhawks Give Back
75 years of Rock Chalk Revue

Every year, student organizations write, produce, and perform original musical productions for a show that has raised over $2.5 million.

Jayhawks Give Back
Jayhawk opens CASA Medical clinic for Hispanic community

From a young age, Natalia Leistner knew she wanted to work in healthcare. Today, Leistner’s career has led her to open CASA Medical.

Jayhawks Give Back
Jayhawk cares for animals at ‘CockadoodleMoo’ sanctuary

In an isolated canyon an hour north of Reno, Nevada, a Jayhawk cares for animals that need help the most.

Jayhawks Give Back
Rock Chalk Roundball Classic supports young Jayhawks in need

KU basketball athletes become legends when they wear the crimson and blue in Allen Fieldhouse. But what they do with that fame is up to them.

Jayhawks Give Back
Helping refugees adjust is personal for this KU alumnus

After Ahmad Baset Azizi’s family came from Afghanistan to the United States and began adjusting to their new lives.

Ways to Engage

Welcome to the University
of Kansas Alumni Association

Your membership in the KU Alumni Association is the single most powerful way to make all of KU stronger, including the value of your own degree. Through your membership, the Association: