MOLINE, ILLINOIS (June 8, 2023) For sixteen years, Midwest Hope and Healing offered support and comfort to more than 3,800 breast-cancer patients through their signature healing baskets. Generous donors to Midwest Hope and Healing made this possible. Midwest Hope and Healing distributed healing baskets at no cost to the newly-diagnosed.

Starting in 2019, Midwest Hope and Healing partnered with The Moline Foundation to continue its care legacy by offering grants to support non-profits and faith-based organizations that help cancer patients and their families.

Grant instructions — link to website

Application Deadline is Friday, June 23, 2023.

Grants are awarded to non-profit agencies in the Quad Cities region of Scott County, Iowa, and Rock Island County, Illinois, aligning with Midwest Hope and Healing's mission to offer breast-cancer patients comfort, support, and optimism.

New this year is an online application process! Please visit the website for additional details. Please use the online application process. The Moline Foundation no longer accepts paper or e-mail applications.

Grants are not available to agencies and institutions funded primarily through tax support.

For grant application questions, please contact Claudia Meenan or call 309.764.4193.

About The Moline Foundation

The Moline Foundation, founded in 1953, receives and administers charitable gifts for all citizens in a six-county region, including Rock Island, Henry, Mercer, Henderson, and McDonough Counties in Illinois, and Scott County in Iowa.

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