Types of Endowment Funds
Donor Advised Funds
A personal approach to giving
A Donor Advised Fund allows you to make a gift and remain actively involved in suggesting uses for your gift. You can work with us to suggest ongoing uses for the fund; targeting the issues you care about most. Grant awards are issued to charities in the name of the fund (or anonymously, if you prefer). It's a simple, powerful and highly personal approach to giving.
Helping local organizations sustain and grow
Establishing a Designated Fund allows you to support the work of a specific nonprofit organization - a senior center, museum, church or virtually any nonprofit charitable organization. Because it's given through us, the power of an endowment provides your selected organization funding, planned gifts and investment management services.
Also, scholarship funds can be set up as designated funds. PCCF works closely with the Southwest Iowa Educational Foundation (SWIEF) to help our youth with their postsecondary education needs. If you are interested in establishing a scholarship fund through PCCF, please contact the PCCF office at 712-256-7007 and visit the SWIEF website for more information.
Endowing your Nonprofit Organization
Nonprofit organizations can partner with us by establishing an Agency Fund. This is a simple and efficient way to build an endowment and help create sustainability for nonprofit organizations, while providing dollars to meet agency needs. We can assist with investment management and administrative details.
Affiliate Community Funds
Creating an investment vehicle for your local community
Through an Affiliate Community Fund, your community is able to develop a vehicle to receive donations and bequests to benefit your community in perpetuity. Partnering with us allows the affiliate community to focus on raising the funds and deciding charitable use for the fund's income. PCCF can handle the investment, administration, and daily tasks to maintain the foundation.
Field of Interest Funds
Connecting personal values to high impact opportunities
By establishing a Field of Interest Fund, you can target your gift to address needs in a specific area of community life. The arts, at-risk youth, education and the environment are just a few examples. You identify your personal interest area when making your gift and our board will award grants to community organizations and programs that are making a difference in the area you select. Your gift stays flexible enough to meet community needs in your interest area, even as they change over time.
Meet ever-changing community needs
When you establish an Unrestricted Fund, your gift can address a broad range of local needs - including future needs, often not anticipated at the time your gift is made. The flexibility of your unrestricted gift enables us to respond to the community's most pressing needs, today and tomorrow.