Frequently Asked Questions
"I Fed The Tiger" provides an opportunity for Tiger fans, like YOU, to make a difference in the areas of Fort Hays State University that you're most passionate about.
Different areas of Fort Hays State University have a fundraising page for their particular project, each with a specific funding goal and project completion timeline. Supporters can contribute to the project financially and are encouraged to share the project with their own community and social network.
Find the project page that you would like to contribute to and click "View Project." You may read more about the project and any updates to the fundraising efforts. Click "Give Now" to make a contribution of any amount. You can also contribute by telling your friends and family about a project that you are interested in, or by spreading the word across your social networks.
You may make an online donation via credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover). You may also mail a check to FHSU Foundation at PO Box 1060 Hays, KS 67601 with the project you wish to support written in the memo line.
Anyone! Contributions to projects can be made by any individual or organization inside or outside of our community.
Yes, your gift to an I Fed The Tiger project supports the Fort Hays State University Foundation and is tax-deductible by law. You will receive a tax-deductible receipt for the entire amount of your donation.
No, this website does not store any payment or credit card information.
When making your donation, you will be able to indicate how your name will appear on the project page as a supporter. You can choose to remain anonymous.
Yes! Please do! Following your donation, there will be an option available to share that you contributed to I Fed The Tiger. Share your donation with your networks and help spread the word.
Visit the website to keep up-to-date with FHSU’s various fundraising needs and the progress of each.
No, we believe that projects should be able to keep the funds that are raised even if the total funding goal may not have been reached. Every gift matters.