Quad Cities Community Foundation



The Quad Cities Community Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the lives of residents living in eastern Iowa and western Illinois. Since 1964, area residents and organizations have been turning to the Community Foundation to carry out their charitable goals.

Assets and Giving for Quad Cities Community Foundation

Assets

2018 - 129,289,172
2017 - 137,714,367
2016 - 115,537,365
Domestic Grants

2018 - 7,272,612
2017 - 7,511,659


    

Recent News from Quad Cities Community Foundation


Mlk Center Awarded $300,000 for West End Revitalization
Foundation: Quad Cities Community Foundation

The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center in Rock Island, Ill., has been awarded a $300,000 grant to help transform a troubled section of the city, WQAD reports. According to the Quad Cities...more

Quad Cities Community Foundation Awards Grants through Various Programs
Foundation: Quad Cities Community Foundation

An Illinois couple who died two years ago have left $131,000 in grants to local nonprofit organizations. The Quad Cities Community Foundation says the grants are the largest it has ever awarded...more

$110000 Grant Funds Creative Arts Projects Across Mercer County
Foundation: Quad Cities Community Foundation

When two sisters in their 20s died in a freak accident on their family farm in Mercer County, Ill., they left behind a legacy of giving. The Dorothy-Dorothy-lake Foundation, set up in their...more

$110,000 Grant Funds Creative Arts Grants Across Mercer County | River Cities' Reader
Foundation: Quad Cities Community Foundation

Mercer County School District #404 — $7,136 to add pitched instruments to K-5 music; Aledo Central Park Band Shell — $10,000 to update light...more

Quad Cities Community Foundation Center for Nonprofit Excellence names director
Foundation: Quad Cities Community Foundation

Dwayne Hodges, an advocate for GVI, touts the strategy's benefits. ... The Quad Cities Community Foundation Center for Nonprofit Excellence has...more

More Grants Available for Tenants of Davenport Collapsed Building - WVIK
Foundation: Quad Cities Community Foundation

The Quad Cities Community Foundation says each household from 324 Main Street is eligible to receive $3500 from its disaster recovery...more

First Day Fund and Supply Drive Now Accepting Donations - River Cities' Reader
Foundation: Quad Cities Community Foundation

The Community Foundation is a long-standing supporter of the First Day Project. Since 2006, more than $160,000 in donations have been granted...more



Social Enterprise Network Sites


Co-founders William Mann and David Mravyan devised the Sensimat during a mandatory project for their MBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business in Canada. Sensimat is a device that helps manage and assess pressure among wheelchair users.




Federal Government Grant and Assistance Programs



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