HOW COMMUNITY IMPACT FUNDS WORK
QUAD CITIES COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND
The Quad Cities Community Impact Fund is a permanently endowed fund supported by thousands of generous donors with unrestricted gifts totaling nearly $13 million. This fund allows the Quad Cities Community Foundation flexibility to respond to the most pressing needs and promising opportunities in the community, as they arise and vary from year to year. The Quad Cities Community Impact Fund makes much of our grantmaking possible, from Transformation Grants to Q2030 Grants to Capacity Building Grants and more. Since our founding, more than $73 million has been awarded to nonprofits in the Quad Cities region.
Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund
The Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund provides support to organizations meeting the needs of vulnerable people and communities in Scott and Rock Island Counties, and ensures we have the resources to target our community's long-term recovery efforts after a disaster. Every dollar donated will be used for needs here in the Quad Cities area.
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Cities, towns AND COUNTIES with Community Funds
Communities outside the Quad Cities can establish Community Funds at the Quad Cities Community Foundation to provide financial support for organizations in their community. To find out how you can start a Community Fund for your hometown, contact Anne Calder at (563) 326-2840. To learn about and make a gift to one of the Community Funds below, click on the fund.