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More than $600,000 was raised last week to increase mental health services for K-State students.

Through its annual one-day All In for K-State campaign, alumni, faculty, students, staff and friends donated from as far away as Canada and the United Kingdom, according to a release from the university foundation.

Sally Linton, wife of K-State President Richard Linton, thanked those who donated for their support saying “your heartfelt support will have a significant impact on many lives journeys.”

Foundation associate vice president of development Eric Holderness also expressed gratitute stating “we are grateful that K-State family showed up again to support students, their access to mental health resources and All In for K-State.

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