37 Local Non-Profit Organizations to Receive $2.3 Million in Grants

DAVENPORT, Iowa - The United Way Quad Cities says it's donating $2.3 million dollars in grants to 37 local non-profit organizations.

The grants are part of the organization's Community Impact Fund, and the organization says the funds will target areas such as education, financial stability, workforce development, health, and essential needs. United Way Quad Cities says grants are awarded through an application process.

The organizations receiving Community Impact Fund grants include

  • Alternatives - Quad Cities Open Network
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley
  • Bethany for Children & Families
  • Black Hawk College-Adult Education
  • Boys & Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley
  • Café on Vine
  • Center for Youth and Family Solutions
  • Community Health Care
  • Child Abuse Council
  • Christian Care
  • Community Action of Eastern IA
  • Family Resources
  • Goodwill of the Heartland
  • Handicapped Development Center
  • HELP Regional Office of Iowa Legal Aid
  • Humility Homes & Services, Inc.
  • Iowa Jobs for Americas Graduates (iJAG), Inc.
  • Junior Achievement of the Heartland
  • Marriage & Family Counseling Service
  • One Eighty
  • Prairie State Legal Aid
  • Project NOW, Inc.
  • QC Haven of Hope
  • Safer Foundation
  • Scott County Family Y
  • SAL Family & Community Services
  • The Arc of the Quad Cities Area
  • The Martin Luther King Center Jr. Center
  • Transitions Mental Health Services
  • Two Rivers YMCA
  • United Township High School
  • Vera French Foundation
  • World Relief
  • WQPT
  • Youth Service Bureau of Rock Island County
  • YouthHope
  • YWCA Quad Cities

(Image from United Way Quad Cities)

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