BETTENDORF, IOWA (February 22, 2021) — United Way Quad Cities announced $149,107 in federal funds to non-profits, faith-based organizations, and government agencies that provide emergency food, shelter, and rental assistance to meet the emerging needs of residents in Scott or Rock Island counties.
BETTENDORF, IOWA (January 29, 2021) — As the nation celebrates Black History Month, United Way Quad Cities and its African American Leadership Society (AALS) are working with community partners to make it easy to learn about local racial disparities and to lift up contributions and successes of Black Quad Citizens.
BETTENDORF, IOWA (January 27, 2021) —United Way Quad Cities is seeking proposals for grants for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program, which received $149,107 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
BETTENDORF, IOWA (January 21, 2021) —United Way Quad Cities is accepting applications for its Strategic Impact Grants from non-profits, grassroots organizations, and others serving the residents in Scott and Rock Island counties.
Grants will be awarded to organizations working to improve education, income, and health outcomes in the Quad Cities.
BETTENDORF, IOWA (January 13, 2020) — Tax season is just beginning, but appointments are expected to fill up quickly for United Way’s free income tax preparation service for low- to middle-income filers in the Iowa and Illinois Quad Cities.
BETTENDORF, IOWA (November 19, 2020) — The Quad Cities Community Foundation is targeting the persistent racial disparities that impact the social and economic well-being of Quad-Citizens of color with a $50,000 Transformation Grant to United Way.
The grant will bolster efforts to reduce inequities across education, income, and health systems in the Quad Cities.
BETTENDORF, IOWA (October 26, 2020) — Thirteen banks and credit unions serving the Iowa and Illinois Quad Cities have pooled their resources to give more than $130,000 to the United Way’s United for Equity Fund, created to address and solve inequities in education, income and health.
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