The Kemp Foundation supports a number entrepreneurial and life-preparatory nonprofits. These include traditional, institutional schools (high school, college and technical) as well as entrepreneurial educational entities. Below are examples of where the Kemp Foundation's educational donations have been granted.
Washington University – A St. Louis university that serves through the formation of leaders, the discovery of knowledge and the treatment of patients for the betterment of our region, our nation and our world.
Saint Louis University High School – A Christian college-preparatory school for young men, committed to their presence in the city of St. Louis and dedicated to building Christ’s kingdom of truth, justice, love and peace. They serve young men based on their ability to succeed, rather than their economic circumstances.
St. Joseph’s Academy – A St. Louis, all-girls, catholic high-school committed to developing values-driven women leaders. St. Joseph’s Academy is grounded in faith and the spirit of the school motto of “Not I, But We”. Founded in 1840 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, generations of SJA students have graduated well-prepared for higher education and for adulthood.
Inventors’ Association of St. Louis – Helping Saint Louisans bring new products into the marketplace with information and mentorship from other inventors, entrepreneurs, intellectual property professionals, manufacturers, and investors.
University City Childrens Center – A safe, nurturing environment where children from different socioeconomic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds can learn and play together in an atmosphere that is respectful of diversity and individuality.