My Parents in Law helped us a fair amount when DH and I were first finished Uni and working.
It has made all the difference in the world to our life. It has meant that we could afford to renovate the house, that we can afford to live a lifestyle that makes us happy - I am not meaning lavish ... just not having to scrimp to pay the bills, being able to go out occasionally and enjoy yourself etc.
It has meant that by the time we had a family, we had investments and could afford for me to stay home with bubs. That going back to work was a choice ...
It has meant that we have choices. We can choose schooling for her, we can go on holidays, we can do the things we want to do without having to worry about money.
It meant that when I was diagnosed with a long term chronic illness, and will likely never be able to work full time again ... it will not be a problem for us.
So yes. When DD is older, we will help her. It wont be just giving her a chunk of money, she will still need to work and earn her way in life. But those first steps on the ladder set you up in life. And if we can help her up those hardest ones ... we certainly will.