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Knox Financial Services Gives Back

Giving back to the community is part of both how Amber and Jason choose to live, as well as part of our team culture.  Our entire team is committed to helping those in need.   We believe when one gives back, you are able to better the lives of the people around you. 

  • Volunteering - Our team supports organizations through using their time volunteering.
  • Charity Events - Our organization participates in and contributes to select charitable events.
  • Partnerships -  We partner with select non-profit organizations to help them achieve their goals.
  • Monetary - We contribute to select non-profit organizations.

Matching Contributions

Amber and Jason are committed to our community and helping those in need.  We have made the decision to expand our efforts.  As we visit with clients, we hear about many charities we wish to support and perhaps you will also wish to support.

We are pleased to announce our donation matching program. 

Learn About Knox Financial Services Charity Match

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training

Every other year, we offer our clients and their guests certified instructor led training.  Click here to learn more.

Learn About Knox Financial Services CPR Certification

Organizations we support through volunteering, leadership roles, partnerships, and/or monetary donations include:

Jason Knox Recognized for Leadership

Jason Knox Recognized for Leadership

March 8, 2019 | Des Moines:  Jason Knox was recognized with a Leadership Award at the 2019 Main Street Iowa Awards.  The Main Street Iowa Leadership Awards recognize the efforts of those who work day-in and day-out to revitalize Iowa’s downtowns – the heart and soul of communities across the state. The awards honor outstanding accomplishments, activities and people making a difference in the state’s 53 Main Street districts.

The honors were presented by Governor Kim Reynolds, Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) and Iowa Finance Authority Director Debi Durham and James Engle, director of IEDA’s Downtown Resource Center.  

In 1985, the Iowa Legislature adopted the National Main Street Center’s Four Point Approach to district revitalization by establishing Main Street Iowa within the agency that is now the IEDA. Since inception, the state program and its communities have been considered examples of excellence in the national effort to revitalize historic commercial districts across the country.