Celebrating the Chief Justice's accomplishments and empowering women to achieve their ambitions.
Vision: Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Kay McFarland’s dream was to leave a legacy gift of a world class Japanese garden in the capitol city of the state she served. Kay’s garden will be a destination filled with serenity and breath-taking views. It will offer inspiration, accommodate contemplation and serve as a venue for life changing experiences.
Legacy: Chief Justice McFarland established a living trust to help fund her dream of a world class Japanese garden. Kay’s Garden will cost $6,640,000. The Kay E. McFarland Living Trust established funds that will pay for more than 62% of the project costs and established a permanent endowment fund of to maintain the garden into perpetuity. Currently, there is a private fundraising campaign committed to raising the remaining $1,250,000. We need your help to make this project a reality.
Kay's life and accomplishments created a legacy. Her story will be told at Kay’s Garden to inspire future generations of women to aspire the same way she did.
Thank you to the following individuals and organizations that are completing the dream:
Hinoki 会 (Cypress Group )
The Honorable Brandon and Judge Lori Bichsel
Norma, Brad, Jeanette Broome
Chastain and Wiley Family
Hurst Coffman-SAKE member
Linda "Cricket" Elrod
For Ainsley McElroy Granddaughter of John E. McElroy and Martha Hodgesmith
Shelli Crow Johnson and Lyndon Johnson
Larry and Ann Mah
John and Shelia McGivern
Chris and Lynette Palmer
Song-Ping & Li-Ying Lee
The Honorable Fred Six
Ford and Catherine Ross
Brent and Kelly Trout
Angel and Larry Zimmerman
Kasuga 会 (Lantern Group)
Bartlett and West
Coffman, DeFries & Nothern, P.A.
Hollins 29th Street Property L.C.
Patton Law Office, LLC
Zimmerman & Zimmerman, P.A.
会 = KAI, meaning "Group or Party"