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Head Start alumni sought to celebrate Esperanza Center

Project NOW’s Esperanza Center is calling all Quad Citians who have graduated from area Head Start programs to help celebrate the center’s reopening and...
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Project NOW hosts Drive-Thru Food Pantry Thursday, Aug. 31

Project NOW will help disperse food boxes through a Drive-Thru Food Pantry in front of its Rock Island office at 418 19th St. with...
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Project NOW joins area’s fight against HIV/AIDS homelessness

Project NOW will become the new owner of three housing properties operated by DeLaCerda House, the Quad Cities organization dedicated to providing safe housing...
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Project NOW joins Mercer County homelessness challenge

Project NOW is participating in a rural Illinois 100-Day Challenge on Homelessness in Mercer County and three other rural communities that calls on cities...

Businesses, nonprofits, Giving Guide star at QCBJ Connect for a Cause

LECLAIRE – Quad City Bank & Trust, Iowa American Water, Solutions Management Group, Project NOW and Quad Cities Open Network were among the stars...
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Project NOW to open new Head Start, seeking staff

Project NOW will open a new Head Start center at the Esperanza Center, Moline, this fall. To staff the new facility, it also will...

$1.5M in repair funds available for low-income QC homeowners

Residents in the Illinois Quad Cities soon will be able to apply for more than $1.5 million in financial assistance to pay for necessary...
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Ending permanent punishment, ‘It’s the right thing to do!’

The framers of the U.S. Constitution placed their intentions for this new nation in the preamble beginning with this phrase: “We the People of...
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Project NOW director to headline multicultural event

The Rev. Dwight Ford, executive director of Project NOW, is set to be the speaker at the Greater Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s...
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Project NOW energy assistance program helps area residents

A financial energy assistance program has helped a record number of people and has spent $7.1 million helping clients. That’s the word from the Rev....

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