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Kent Pilcher

QC Community Foundation names Pilcher as board chair

Business owner and community leader Kent Pilcher has been named as the new chair of Quad Cities Community Foundation’s board of directors.  With nearly seven...
Quad Cities Community Foundation

Local environmental projects get grant money

The Mark W. Schwiebert Fund for Environmental Studies at the Quad Cities Community Foundation has awarded $10,600 to seven local nonprofits for environmental education...
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Quad Cities Community Foundation asks donors to help out nonprofits

After announcing a total of $150,000 in Nonprofit Capacity Building Grants for 10 organizations, the Quad-Cities Community Foundation has found a way to grow...
Teens for Tomorrow

Teens for Tomorrow distribute record grant award

High school students participating in the Teens for Tomorrow (T4T) program recently announced the program’s largest total grant award ever. The Quad Cities Community Foundation’s...
Sue Hafkemeyer, Quad Cities Community Foundation

Hafkemeyer will be new leader of Quad Cities Community Foundation

The Quad Cities Community Foundation will soon welcome a new leader. Sue Hafkemeyer will be the foundation’s next president and CEO, effective Wednesday, June...

Three community members join Community Foundation board

The Quad Cities Community Foundation recently announced the addition of three new members to its board of directors. The new members are: Esmeralda Jinez, general...

Record grant will help Quad Cities create affordable housing solutions

The Quad Cities Housing Council (QCHC) will receive a record-breaking $350,000 Transformation Grant from the Quad Cities Community Foundation to support affordable housing solutions...

Scholarship aids immigrant, refugee students

A new college scholarship has the goal of helping immigrant and refugee students in the Quad-Cities region pay for higher education. The Quad Cities Scholarship...

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