Humility Homes and Services

School children and the homeless will be the beneficiaries of some major grants. Wednesday, the Quad Cities Community Foundation awarded 100,000 dollar Transformation Grants - to the United Township and East Moline school districts, and to Humility Homes and Services.

Foundation Vice President Kelly Thompson says the two school districts will use their grant to begin the process to insure students have WIFI access in their homes.


To celebrate 30 years of providing transitional housing to those in need, Humility Homes and Services held a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday afternoon in Davenport at the building where it all started.

QC Homeless Agencies to Change Winter Approach

Nov 6, 2019
Michelle O'Neill, WVIK News

Homeless agencies in the Quad Cities want to end the need for their winter emergency shelter within five years. 

"AugustFest" to Promote Census

Aug 20, 2019
Zach Wilson, WVIK News

Davenport, Scott County, and social agencies want people who live in one Davenport neighborhood to get counted. So on Thursday, several nonprofits will host a block party to encourage them to participate in the 2020 census. The neighborhood includes parts of West 6th Street and Vine, near the Central Community Circle Food Pantry.