Iowa CPA Education Foundation
The Iowa CPA Education Foundation awards $2,500 scholarships each year to Iowa college accounting students who make a commitment to take the CPA exam in Iowa. The scholarship recipients are selected by the Iowa CPA Education Foundation Advisory Committee.
Students attending a qualifying university/college who meet the scholarship criteria should contact the ISCPA faculty liaison at your school for a scholarship application. This is available in December, with a submission deadline of Feb. 15.
Contact: Cindy Adams
To support and encourage individuals to become certified public accountants and provide financial education in the state of Iowa.
To support the future of the profession by providing scholarships and financial assistance to individuals who want to become certified public accountants and provide financial education in the state of Iowa.
Contribute to the foundation
Take part in the 2020 Gridiron Challenge Oct. 1-Nov. 20. Show your school spirit and support the Iowa CPA Education Foundation. ISCPA CEO Cindy Adams will sport the winning school’s colors for a photo on social media and in Iowa CPA. Find details in this link: 2020 Gridiron Challenge.
Demonstrate your passion for the profession and support future CPAs by making an annual contribution to the foundation. There is no minimum and any amount helps our foundation tree grow! Select a link below to make your contribution or find information on options available to you.
You may also send your contribution by check. Learn more.
Individuals and companies will be recognized for contributions to the foundation. See our donor recognition opportunities.
The Iowa CPA Education Foundation is administered by the Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines.
- The Community Foundation provides access to Endow Iowa Tax Credits, a 25 percent Iowa tax credit in addition to normal federal charitable income tax deductions for certain charitable gifts.
- Contributions to funds at the Community Foundation are eligible for a deduction of up to 50 percent of adjusted gross income for gifts of cash and 30 percent for gifts of appreciated stock, real estate and closely held stocks.
- Gifts of appreciated assets receive normal charitable deductions while eliminating capital gains tax on the appreciation.