Greater Illinois Quad Cities
Financial Advisor in Greater Illinois Quad Cities
Quad Cities Illinois
Huiskamp Collins Investments, LLC is proud to act as a financial advisor to many clients in the Greater Illinois Quad Cities. With over 40 years of active investment experience, Heidi Huiskamp Collins brings a lot of knowledge to the table.
If you live in the greater Illinois Quad Cities and are looking for a financial advisor near your home, please know that the team at Huiskamp Collins Investments, LLC would love to guide you towards your goals. Whatever financial success means to you, whether it’s funding a child’s or grandchild’s college education, living retirement to its fullest, or leaving a legacy, we’re here to help.
As an investment advisor assisting clients in the greater Illinois Quad Cities, Huiskamp Collins Investments, LLC believes in giving back to the community. In 2017, Heidi Huiskamp Collins was honored by the YWCA of the Quad Cities as one of the “100 Influential Quad-Citians” for her work with at-risk children. Heidi is also proud to serve as a Board Member for the Amy Helpenstell Foundation.
Every year, this charitable foundation funds grants to non-profit organizations in the greater Illinois Quad Cities that promote education, youth development, community development, and cultural activities. She is also a Board Member and a mentor for the non-profit Lead(h)er which matches professional mentors and mentees in the greater Quad-Cities community. Heidi is also a Charter Woman for Women United which promotes early childhood education for all children and sponsors family education classes for at-risk families.
In 2020, Heidi was honored and humbled to accept the Quad-Cities Athena Leadership Award. Highly competitive, the award lifts up a woman who has achieved “…notable success in her chosen field, has made a lasting impact on her community through civic, nonprofit, philanthropic, and/or volunteer engagement is a role model for other women and actively assists women in achieving their full leadership potential.”