Quad Cities Community Foundation

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.

As the pandemic continues and local residents continue to contribute, the Quad Cities Community Foundation has announced more grants from its Disaster Recovery Fund. The fourth round this year totals nearly 41,000 dollars and is divided among seven organizations.

The latest round of grants has been announced by the Quad Cities Community Foundation to help people and organizations in the area respond to the pandemic. The seven grants total 105,000 dollars and come from the Quad Cities Disaster Recovery fund.

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Despite the widespread impact of the pandemic, local residents continue to help others in need. The Quad Cities Community Foundation says donations to Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund have now surpassed one million dollars.

The all day fund drive on Monday for people and organizations affected by the pandemic raised more than 102,000 dollars. Proceeds from "Unite Quad Cities for COVID-19 Recovery” will go to the Disaster Recovery Fund, administered by the Quad Cities Community Foundation. 

A 24-hour fund drive is underway Monday in the Quad Cities to help people and organizations affected by the pandemic. Money pledged to "Unite Quad Cities for COVID-19 Recovery" will go to the Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund.

A community-wide fund drive will be held on Monday to help people and organizations affected by the pandemic. The 24-hour drive is called "Unite Quad Cities for COVID-19 Recovery" and the proceeds will go to the Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund. 

Q2030 Grants Awarded

Feb 7, 2020

Nearly 40 non-profit organizations will receive some extra help, thanks to the Quad Cities Community Foundation. Friday it announced grants totaling 75,000 dollars.

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The Quad Cities Community Foundation hopes two, workforce development grants will help transform the lives of local residents. 

Habitat for Humanity Quad Cities profile photo, Facebook / Habitat for Humanity

Some flood victims still have sandbags, ruined drywall, and flood debris to get rid of. And thanks to donors and Habitat for Humanity, help is available to renters and homeowners for flood clean up. 

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