(West Des Moines) - The Iowa Society of CPAs (ISCPA) announces a trunk-level donation to the Iowa CPA Education Foundation from Daryl Henze, a retired audit partner at KPMG LLP in Des Moines, and an ISCPA past president (1981). Trunk level donors have contributed between $25,000-$49,999 from one-time or cumulative contributions.
The foundation, launched in 2014, provides scholarships to Iowa college students pursuing a degree in accounting who make a commitment to take the CPA exam in Iowa.
“I remember when I was in college and how much the two scholarships I received helped me,” said Henze. “Getting an education is the most important thing an individual can obtain and helping someone get there is a great feeling!”
Henze is the largest donor to the foundation since its launch in 2014. “Not only has Daryl supported the foundation financially, but he volunteers his time on the Iowa CPA Education Foundation Advisory Committee,” said ISCPA CEO Cindy Adams. “He was also a member of the subcommittee that helped guide ISCPA through a months-long process of establishing the foundation. His contributions and expertise continue to be of great value to the Society,” she added.
To learn more about the Iowa CPA Education Foundation, visit www.iacpa.org/about/education-foundation.
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