Community Foundation of the Quincy Area



Simply put, the Community Foundation of the Quincy Area is the region's savings account.


Born out of a need and an opportunity, the Community Foundation is the only local nonprofit organization committed to maintaining endowments that serve the region while offering sustained recognition for those that are loved and respected.

Assets and Giving for Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

Assets

2018 - 37,760,000
2017 - 38,583,085
Domestic Grants

2018 - 1,229,103


    

Recent News from Community Foundation of the Quincy Area


Community Foundation Gets $1.1 Million Gift and a New Downtown Quincy Home
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

The Community Foundation of the Quincy Area recently held its annual Friends of Philanthropy event to recognize individuals and organizations contributing to philanthropy in the region. Since its...more

Crop Gifting: Turning unsold crop inventory into $$$ for charity
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area, Kern Community Foundation, Central Valley Community Foundation

This is a service for the benefit of all that Kern Community Foundation is eager to implement locally, following the example of other...more

Jupiter String Quartet makes classical music accessible
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area, Tracy Family Foundation

The quartet's concert, presented by the Quincy Civic Music Association, is funded in part by the Marion Gardner Jackson Charitable Trust Arts Fund, the Community Foundation of the Quincy Area, the...more

Globe trotting a capella group makes tour stop in Quincy
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area, Tracy Family Foundation

Saturday's performance is funded, in part, by the Marion Gardner Jackson Charitable Trust Arts Fund, the Community Foundation of the Quincy Area, the Illinois Arts Council, the Stillwell Foundation,...more

Hancock County initiative seeks to keep young workers in community
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

The surveys are funded by a grant from the Community Foundation of the Quincy Area. More information is available by calling the Hancock...more

Community Foundation Gets $1.5 Million in Gifted Assets
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

The Community Foundation of the Quincy Area, a nonprofit resource that serves 13 counties in West-Central Illinois, Northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa, receives $1.5 million in gifted assets that...more

Community Foundation of Quincy Area goes over $2 million giving ...
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

When Hirner saw that the Community Foundation of the Quincy Area was going to increase its support, he was overjoyed. "I was just ecstatic to see the...more

Nonprofits can attend Community Foundation grant information workshop
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

Part two, held the second hour of each workshop, will provide in-depth information on completing the online application form and is designed for new applicants and those needing a refresher course on...more

Community Foundation offers $15000 match to area counties that start ...
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

The Community Foundation of the Quincy Area celebrated its 15th anniversary Thursday by announcing a new initiative aimed at helping 13 counties in the Tri-state region. The foundation announced it...more

Community Foundation celebrates 15 years of meeting charitable needs
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Quincy Area

The Community Foundation of the Quincy Area will mark its 15th anniversary with a "friends of philanthropy celebration" from 5:15 to 7:15 p.m. Thursday at First Bankers Trust, 1201...more



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