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Support EDC and Invest in the Future of Iowa Business

Public and private support are the driving forces behind the livelihood of our organization, and ultimately, the catalyst for success among companies EDC works with across the state. By giving interstate commerce companies a springboard to success, EDC energizes Iowa’s economy and strengthens our communities. 

Your financial contributions allow EDC to provide one-to-one, professional guidance to businesses that need a dedicated resource. The more firepower we have, the greater our impact on Iowa’s businesses. 

Become an EDC partner and help us continue powering the companies that power Iowa.

What’s in it for Your Organization?

  • Representation on EDC’s website, in EDC’s annual reports, in community presentations and in EDC marketing materials
  • Inclusion in EDC fundraising campaigns
  • Inclusion in EDC’s network of partner organizations that regularly provide services and products to help EDC businesses

EDC 2020-2024

Vitality Campaign Supporters

EDC asks supporters to contribute at the level that best fits their organization’s needs.

Explore our current supporters and support levels below.

Leader Level

Alliant Energy Corporation’s Iowa utility subsidiary, Interstate Power and Light Company (IPL), uses the trade name of Alliant Energy. The Iowa utility is based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and provides electric service to 530,000 customers and natural gas service to 235,000 customers in over 700 communities.

With access to local decision making, CRBT provides responsive, customized solutions and the latest in financial services and technology to fit the ever evolving needs of its clients.

Cedar Rapids is a vibrant city, encompassing unique attractions, exciting events, specialty shopping, a dynamic art scene, and a large variety of restaurant and nightlife options.

Coralville is home to the 190-acre University of Iowa Research Park and business incubators. The Iowa River Landing is anchored by the Hyatt Regency Coralville Hotel and Conference Center. The Landing also offers a microbrewery, museums, restaurants, shopping, and University of Iowa Health Care facility.

Iowa City’s economy is as diverse as it is prosperous. The economy is based upon thriving commerce, a major university, and a number of national and international businesses, including several Fortune 500 companies.

The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) was created in 2011 to replace the Iowa Department of Economic Development as part of the complete overhaul of Iowa’s economic development delivery model. Its mission is to strengthen economic and community vitality by building partnerships and leveraging resources to make Iowa the choice for people and business.

Support EDC

Email info@edcinc.org or call 319-369-4955 to learn how you can support EDC.