Iowa Wesleyan College reports status of Henry County Campaign

Written by on January 30, 2014 in News

Iowa Wesleyan College released a status update on the 2013-14 Henry County Campaign today. Director of the Annual Fund, Jim Pedrick reports that cash contributions to the Campaign stand at $226,966.46 as of the close of business, Friday, January 24. A team of volunteers and staff members has been calling on Henry County community partners since the kickoff of the Campaign on November 19. The goal of the Campaign is to raise more than $300,000 in support of the top priorities of the College in the current fiscal year ending May 31, 2014.
Volunteers are reminded to complete their calls as soon as possible. Henry County residents don’t have to wait to be contacted to support Iowa Wesleyan College. To find out how you can help with the campaign, contact Jim Pedrick at 319-385-6218 or Donations are accepted online at
The mission of Iowa Wesleyan College is to prepare students to succeed in a changing global environment. Iowa Wesleyan is a four year liberal arts college providing quality individualized learning experiences that combine the development of the intellect with adaptive life skills. The College is affiliated with the United Methodist Church with which it shares a commitment to spiritual values, social justice and human welfare.
Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant, founded in 1842, is the oldest private coeducational liberal arts college west of the Mississippi River. For more information about IWC, visit the website at

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