Endowment

Meet Daniel

DanielDaniel’s mom was faced with a tough choice-—she needed to work, but it seemed no child care center could care for her child, who was struggling to deal with the death of his father. At a loss, she turned to Children & Families of Iowa.

When asked about how Children & Families of Iowa helped her son, Daniel’s mom says, “Daniel wouldn’t be where he is today without the support and care he received.”

There are too many children like Daniel.
He could be a neighbor or a son. When donors help children like Daniel, they help make the community a better place to live.

By making a gift to the Endowment for Children & Families of Iowa, a donor can provide a legacy that will ease the burden on children like Daniel and his parents and caregivers. A gift will make a difference in the lives of children in the future, children just like Daniel who will need CFI’s help in the tomorrows to come.

The Endowment for Children & Families of Iowa

Investing in the Endowment is an investment in the families and children of tomorrow. Every year, the interest earned on an initial investment renews the gift. The Endowment allows donors to ensure that generations will benefit from their generosity, and they can make a difference that lasts for years to come. Gifts now help CFI in the future and beyond.

Making a gift to the Endowment is simple. Consider giving in any of the following ways, or consult a financial planner to find out more:

  • Make a direct gift designated to the Endowment.
  • Make a gift to Children & Families of Iowa’s Endow Iowa Fund.
  • Make a gift in memory of a loved one.
  • Make a planned gift such as a bequest, retirement plan asset, charitable remainder trust or charitable gift annuity.

As the years go on, Endowment gifts will grow. A gift to the Endowment ensures that Children & Families of Iowa will always be there to restore hope, build futures and change lives.

To find out more about giving to the Endowment for Children & Families of Iowa, contact Amy Stapp-Arpy at amysa@cfiowa.org or (515) 697-7921.