Give Today

Raising a family is difficult even in the best circumstances. Imagine if you didn’t have the basic resources or support to meet your child’s day-to-day needs. Many parents aren’t prepared for the challenges of raising a family and need assistance to stay on the right track. Despite the challenges, YPN families are full of hope and are determined to create a promising future for their children. Your financial support powers the programs that help make their dreams a reality.

Your contribution makes a great impact and allows YPN to Support, Educate, and Empower families in our community. An impact that will be felt for generations to come.

See your Impact – view our Annual Report

Brian Stutzman Giving Society

In early 2020, the Brian Stutzman Giving Society was launched to honor Brian’s impact and legacy, as a way of highlighting donor investment in the financial stability of YPN. You can join us in creating a brighter future for out community by becoming a member of this exclusive giving society.

Eastern Iowa Diaper Bank

Eastern Iowa Health Center and YPN serve children and families on a daily basis. The majority of those served are low-income families and both organizations saw a common need: Diapers. So simple, yet so important. Together, they formed the Eastern Iowa Diaper Bank. Your donation helps provide diapers and wipes to families in need.

Give by Mail

Please send your mail-in contributions to the address below.

420 6th Street SE #260
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401

Give by Phone

To give by phone or to learn more about long term giving please call Tisha Ritter, Director of Development at 319.364.8909 ext.404

Give your time as a YPN Volunteer

To learn more about volunteer opportunities with YPN please click below or contact Heike Wagner, YPN Volunteer Coordinator,  at 319.364.8909

Learn more about Volunteering

Give via Amazon Smile

When you shop through our AmazonSmile link below, Amazon donates to YPN!


Many parents aren’t prepared for the challenges of raising a family. Your support powers the programs that offer them hope.