Your generous donations help to create a positive impact on thousands of children and families across the region. Through a variety of inpatient and outpatient programs, including Expressive Arts Therapy and Camp Tanager, your gifts help in many ways.
Create a long-lasting impact on our community’s children and families when you consider a planned gift. Our staff will work with you to reduce or eliminate potential federal estate taxes while creating a realistic way to substantially contribute to the children of Tanager Place. For information, contact our Community Relations Department at 319-365-9164.
Louise and Raymond Volk, a caring couple, from Cedar Rapids who worked at Collins Radio in Cedar Rapids, named Tanager Place as the principal beneficiary in their will. To honor their remarkable generosity, we created the Volk Society, an association to recognize donors who make a planned gift to the Tanager Place Foundation.
Volk Society member names appear in the Tanager Place Annual Report and in a permanent display on the Tanager Place campus. We also will honor your request to remain anonymous.
Honor or remember a loved one with your general support gift or planned gift. Memorials and honorary gifts receive recognition in our Annual Report Honor Roll of Donors.
Your in-kind gifts provide many basic necessities for children ages 5-17 at Tanager Place. Throughout the year, we rely on your tax deductible contributions of:
Download a copy of our Wish List and choose items to donate:
Monday through Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
2309 C Street SW, Cedar Rapids, IA
For questions or to schedule a drop-off, call 319-365-9164.
“I kept doing and managing more and more until I was in so deep that I couldn't get myself back out. That's when I came to Tanager Place. It wasn't really that Tanager Place saved me. Don't get me wrong - this, all of it, was a struggle. I felt like I was wandering around, lost in some dark cave. But no one reached in and simply plucked me out. The people I worked with at Tanager Place gave me a map and a flashlight so I could find my own way.” Read more about Courtney's story