The IPPP promotes charitable planned giving, advances the education and professional expertise of IPPP members and encourages networking and peer-support among our members.  Live programs with a variety of speakers are held regularly, in addition to virtual programs and IPPP's monthly gift planning round table lunch meetings.

IPPP provides a comfortable and affordable educational forum serving all of these professionals and ultimately their clients and donors

Full individual membership includes participation in both PPP and the IPPP.   A “local only” membership option is also available, as is an "organization membership" that allows more than one person from an organization to participate.   Please visit our membership section to learn more about the membership options and benefits.


Who Is IPPP

The Illowa Partnership for Philanthropic Planning (Illowa PPP) is a nonprofit organization incorporated in 1990, and initially called the Quad City Planned Giving Council.  IPPP is overseen by a volunteer board of directors.
  The local association is a member of the national association called the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning (PPP) and subscribes to its ethical code, the Model Standards of Practice. For more information on the national association, click here.

The Illowa PPP was established to help professionals including accountants, financial planners, attorneys, investment and insurance advisors, wealth advisors and charitable gift planners improve their gift planning skills and to work collaboratively for the benefit of their clients and donors.
























​​Come learn what area gift planning professionals and professional advisors already know: 

 

IPPP is one of the Midwest's most active planned giving councils, and a great place to learn, share, and help your clients and donors make bigger and better gifts!