My IPHA Giving Story //Donor Listing
By: Lina Tucker Reinders, Executive Director
Many of you have heard me say that when I moved to Iowa in 2011, the first thing I did professionally was join IPHA. There was no question in my mind that the best way for me to learn about and get involved with the public health community locally was to become a member of IPHA. In the years since, every time I renew my membership, I give a little more than my dues. And this month, I became a sustaining donor!
Just like any nonprofit organization, we rely on donors to help us maintain the services we provide to you, our members – like this newsletter, in-person networking events, educational opportunities like the Iowa Governor’s Conference on Public Health, support for local and state-level advocacy like the IPHA Day on the Hill, and more. In the coming year, we are planning for even more, including the development of a statewide public health workforce development committee to help meet the needs of the changing professional landscape of public health.
IPHA serves to unite and strengthen the voice of public health across Iowa. Will you become an IPHA Friend of Public Health and help us amplify our collective voice?
Ways you can give:
Make a one-time donation anytime, especially when you renew your membership
Become a sustaining donor (you set the amount, and your card is charged every month)
Contribute to the legacy of IPHA through our endowment or by including IPHA in your planned estate giving
Make use of your employer’s charitable giving match program
Shop ‘til you drop – elect IPHA to receive a percentage of your Amazon purchases when you log in via https://smile.amazon.com
IPHA would like to thank each and every donor who has invested in our mission this year.