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In memory of our daughter MacKenzie Ann Payne. Who was maliciously taken from us on June 26, 2018. We hope to continue to find ways to generate money to keep funding her Charity so that her eagerness for knowledge and her caring heart for giving continues.

How to donate to Payne’s Promise. All donations are 501c3a tax deductible. Click “DONATION GUIDE” or skip the guide and go directly to “GIVE NOW” button below.

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We have DK Bike Jersey, T-Shirt and knife sales all go towards MacKenzie Payne Scholarship Fund for students.

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We love one time gifts which 100% of the money goes towards scholarships. Tax deductible. Thank you for your generosity!

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MacKenzie Payne Memorial Scholarships
669 Road 200
Emporia, KS 66801-7603

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Donation guide Payne’s Promise Guide or go directly to Give Now through Emporia Community Foundation. All donations are 501c3a tax deductible.

MacKenzie Payne Scholarship Fund

Taylor C Thomas, Brian Potter

The fund provides an annual scholarship to assist a graduating Emporia High School senior who plans to pursue studies toward a medical or other healthcare-related career.

Presenting the scholarships was Simmons, Facility Director Brian Potter, family friend.

The Fund was created by family and friends of MacKenzie Payne, an alumna of Emporia High School and the University of Kansas. Miss Payne had been accepted into the KU School of Medicine. Her life was tragically cut short when she was murdered in June 2018.

 

Money Donated

Brian Potter, Tonielle Miller

The fund provides an annual scholarship to assist a graduating Emporia High School senior who plans to pursue studies toward a medical or other healthcare-related career.

Presenting the scholarships was Simmons, Facility Director Brian Potter, family friend.

The Fund was created by family and friends of MacKenzie Payne, an alumna of Emporia High School and the University of Kansas. Miss Payne had been accepted into the KU School of Medicine. Her life was tragically cut short when she was murdered in June 2018.

 

Money Donated

Karina Becerra-Mendez (Picture not included)

Karina was not able to attend the recognition ceremony due to other obligation.

 

Money Donated

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We hope to continue to find ways to generate money to keep funding Kenzie's Charity so that her eagerness for knowledge and her caring heart for giving continues.