The Iowa Abortion Access Fund is an Iowa-based group that provides financial assistance to women seeking abortions in Iowa and parts of Illinois. Founded in 1978, it is a member of the National Network of Abortion Funds.  
Until 2010, it was called the Iowa Medical Aid Fund. 
The Iowa Abortion Access Fund was founded by religious individuals who sought to help women and girls get abortions before the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision made abortion legal nationwide. After the 1973 decision, the fund continued to assist women and girls who want abortions. It is no longer affiliated with religious institutions. 
Financial Assistance to Women Seeking Abortions
The Iowa Abortion Access Fund provides money for Iowa residents and residents of three Illinois counties: Rock Island, Henry, and Mercer counties.  The Fund’s assistance is provided exclusively through loans, which are to be repaid through a variety of arrangements. 
The Fund is run by volunteers and claims that it has assisted females aged 11 to 45 in obtaining abortions. 
The Iowa Abortion Access Fund’s 2020 revenue was more $83,000, and the organization spent about $70,000 in expenses. Assets totaled more than $240,000.