BETTENDORF, IOWA (May 5, 2021) — Participants in the Quad Cities Community Foundation’s Teens for Tomorrow (T4T) program, a youth philanthropy group of high-school students, have announced the recipients of the program’s annual grants.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (February 22, 2021) — The Quad Cities Community Foundation has welcomed two new board members this month: Quad-City Times Publisher Debbie Anselm and Attorney Mark Schwiebert. The two will add significant experience to the board and help guide the Community Foundation’s work and long-term regional impact in the bi-state region.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (February 18, 2021) — Sharon Glassman was a quiet, thoughtful person who worked at the International Harvester Plant in East Moline. Folks remember her for a cheerful, kind-hearted sensibility that shone through whenever she spoke. Her husband, Kenneth Glassman, was a welder at Johnson Sheet Metal whose iron-clad work ethic instilled within him a sense of duty and purpose.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (January 29, 2021) — The saying that youth are the future rings especially true in the Quad Cities, where the Quad Cities Community Foundation’s Teens for Tomorrow Program is helping create a bigger, better, and more active community. Teens for Tomorrow (T4T) is comprised of 30 students from Quad City-area high schools who are passionate about philanthropy.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (January 25, 2021) — Whenever Randy Moore is faced with a task, especially if it’s a challenging one, he always asks himself, “How can I do a good thing differently to make it better?”

BETTENDORF, IOWA (November 16, 2020) Thanks to improvements in how charitable dollars are invested, Quad Cities Community Foundation donors are now able to grant even more from their funds each year to the community — and to causes meaningful to them.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (July 7, 2020) — The Quad Cities Community Foundation has awarded nearly $110,000 to 10 Quad Cities non-profits to strengthen their ability to do their work. The Community Foundation’s Nonprofit Capacity Building Grants provide funding to local organizations for staff-training, board-development, strategic-planning, technology, and more to help them carry out their missions.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (June 5, 2020) — The Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund at the Quad Cities Community Foundation has hit another milestone.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (May 29, 2020) — A group of local teenagers have spent the past year identifying promising opportunities and pressing needs in the Quad Cities area as part of the Quad Cities Community Foundation’s Teens for Tomorrow Program.

BETTENDORF, IOWA (May 22, 2020) — Bailey Nelson always knew she was going to be a teacher. What was unclear to her throughout high school though was how she was going to pay for college to get there.

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