Children & Families of Iowa Receives Warren County Philanthropic Partnership Grant

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May 21, 2019, Des Moines, Iowa

Children & Families of Iowa (CFI) is excited to be one of 22 recipients of a grant from the Warren County Philanthropic Partnership in 2019.

Warren County Philanthropic Partnership’s grant of $3,080 to CFI will help to keep families safe in Warren County through the purchase of SafeCare program materials. The grant was presented at a reception on May 7, 2019 at the Legacy Clubhouse in Norwalk.

SafeCare is an evidence-based curriculum used by CFI’s in-home counselors. The SafeCare curriculum enables staff to serve families even more effectively and as a result, keep children safe and parents educated and informed.

Warren County Philanthropic Partnership awarded $108,465 in grants to organizations in Warren County this year. Those grant dollars will be invested back into Warren County communities to complete projects totaling more than half a million dollars.


Photo: Stacey Haskins, (left), Grant Specialist, Foundation for Children & Families of Iowa and Warren County Philanthropic Partnership Board member Jason Siemens.   


About Children & Families of Iowa

Children & Families of Iowa (CFI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and families throughout Iowa. Headquartered in Des Moines with offices in Ankeny, Fort Dodge, Osceola and Ottumwa, CFI provides services such as: domestic violence prevention and intervention, teen programs, family support, early childhood development, mental health and substance abuse. The organization’s mission is to restore hope, build futures and change lives. Visit for more information.

About Warren County Philanthropic Partnership

Warren County Philanthropic Partnership has served the county for nearly 15 years by awarding grants to nonprofit organizations and assisting citizens and nonprofit organizations in planning their charitable giving. To learn more about the community foundation efforts or contribute to Warren County Philanthropic Partnership’s grant making process, visit