Iowa Health PAC

Make a difference. Join these leaders, and contribute to the Iowa Health Political Action Committee (PAC) to help support candidates for office who understand the long-term care profession and issues impacting long-term care.

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Why Contribute

  • Helps to ensure that the long-term care continuum is at the table when decisions affecting the profession are made.
  • Supports legislators who understand the issues impacting long-term care, regardless of political affiliation. Levels of support are based on the candidate’s record.
  • Provides a coordinated effort to strengthen our political voice. Together, we are stronger.

Who Can Give

  • Any employee at a single facility, multi-facility, proprietary and nonproprietary IHCA, ICAL and ICHC member organization.

Recommended Contribution Levels

  • Multi-Facility Owner/CEO: $5,000
  • Independent Facility Owner/CEO: $2,500
  • Administrator: $1,000
  • Others: $100-$500

How to Contribute

  • Credit Card/PayPal: Provides an easy way to give. Make a one-time payment or set up a scheduled payment in seconds.
  • Individual Payment: Allows your contribution to be spread throughout the year. Simply select the times of year and amounts you want to contribute.
  • Payroll Deduction Plan: Allows a corporation or facility to set up automatic deductions from individuals’ payroll checks to Iowa Health PAC.
  • Automated Clearing House (ACH): Creates an electronic transfer directly from the individual’s bank account, much like an electronic bill pay.
  • IHCA Education Fund (527): Allows facilities to make a deposit in the IHCA Education Fund to support long-term care issue advocacy, instead of specific candidates or elected officials. For more information, email


  • Iowa Health PAC can only accept personal checks or credit cards per state regulations.
  • Corporate contributions cannot be accepted.
  • Contributions or gifts to Iowa Health PAC are non-refundable and not deductible charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Please do not seek reimbursement from your company for a political donation.
  • Political action committees in Iowa are regulated by Iowa Code Chapter 68A.102 and the administrative rules at Iowa Administrative Code Section 351, Chapter 4.
  • For more information about Iowa Health PAC or compliance with accountability and disclosure requirements, email