TOPEKA, Kan. — On June 1, Ranchland Trust of Kansas (RTK) announced that combined donations made to the organization would be matched by BOK Financial up to $5,000. Within the first two weeks, RTK reached the first $5,000!
“RTK is so grateful for donations received during these unprecedented times. It means a lot to the organization to have such a successful campaign despite the Pre-Symphony cancellation,” said RTK Executive Director Lynn Gentine.
The real estate management group at BOK Financial has the experience to help customers maximize earning potential from land, manage risk and plan for future generations. This team has more than 100 years of combined experience in managing farm and ranch assets held within trusts, estates, agencies and guardianships. They work closely with tenants to implement programs that will increase productivity and value, while also achieving clients’ long-term goals for their land.
“We are honored to partner with Ranchland Trust of Kansas to provide the matching funds for their 2020 fundraising efforts. We’ve been serving the state of Kansas for decades and are proud to support ranchers and conservation partners working to sustain the agricultural efforts for future generations,” said Noel Fallon, BOK Financial, Vice President, Community Relations Manager.
BOK Financial is committed to helping customers realize the full potential of farm, ranch and land assets. They focus on delivering an exclusive combination of sophisticated strategies and local, personalized and responsive client service.
“BOK Financial has been a wonderful partner to help RTK continue the mission of the event. We could not have done this without them,” said Gentine.
The challenge continues as the RTK Board of Directors increased the match by an additional $3,000. Donations made to RTK through July now will be matched up to $8,000! To donate, click here.
— Kansas Livestock Association
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