Hello, below is a list of grants that may fit your community priorities. If you would like more information on a grant, contact Marla Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Due dates are subject to change - always refer to the program website for up-to-date information.
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|Dubuque Racing Association
||The Dubuque Racing Association, Ltd. Hopes to support a broad range of not-for-profit organizations, which fall into these general categories: Education; Health and human services; Arts, culture, and recreation; Civic and community development; Promotion of dog, horse, or other livestock-breeding industries. Grants are typically due in late February. Check the website in January for 2018 information.
|Havlife Memorial Foundation
||HAVlifeTM grants to other 501(c)3 organizations to support youth in the community, specifically, supporting youth ages 10 to 15 in activities related to arts, music and athletics. Tri-States Chapter covers Clinton, Delaware, Dubuque, and Jackson Counties
|Alliant Energy Foundation - Community Grant
||All projects must fit into one of our three focus areas. Helping Families, Education, Environment. Our grant-making process is highly competitive. Grants from the Foundation typically range from $500 to $5,000, with an average grant of $2,500. In 2016, the Foundation awarded 266 grants totaling more than $656,000.
|Trees Forever - Iowa's Living Roadways - Projects - Pre App
||Program goals include helping smaller communities compete for additional funds to enhance their transportation corridors for residents and travelers alike, and beautification of communities through the use of native plants to provide for lower long-term maintenance and costs.
|Lincolnway Community Foundation
||Accepts grant applications from charitable projects and programs impacting a wide range of needs in the community- arts and culture, health, human services, community betterment, historic preservation, etc.
|Minnesota Twins Community
Fund - Fields for Kids
|The purpose of this program is to improve baseball and/or softball facilities for youth in the Upper Midwest and southwest Florida by supporting the renovation or construction of fields primarily used by youth.
||Mission: To promote charitable, educational and health related activities and to especially provide such opportunities for children and families in the Eastern Iowa area. The Foundation offers support to local non-profit organizations that provide educational opportunities, human and social services, and health care for children and their families. Must be 501c3 to apply
||Applications must be received
April 1 and
May 31 to be considered.
|Union Pacific - Community Based Grant Program
||Community and Civic: To assist community-based organizations and related activities that improve and enrich the general quality of life in the community. This category includes organizations such as aquariums, botanical gardens, children's museums, history/science museums, public libraries, public television and radio, zoos, etc.; Health and Human Services: To assist organizations dedicated to improving the level of health care and providing human services in the community. Local affiliates of national health organizations may apply for local programs only, but not for general operating support.
||Application process begins April 2018.
|Baseball Tomorrow Fund
||The Baseball Tomorrow Fund (BTF) awards grants to non-profit and tax-exempt organizations involved in the operation of youth baseball and/or softball programs and facilities. Organizations operating in the U.S. and international locations are eligible to apply. Average grant size is $40,000.
|US Bank - Charitable Giving
||Strong communities are built upon strong foundations. To build those strong foundations, U.S. Bank invests in innovative programs designed to serve local community needs. We add strength and vitality to our communities through the U.S. Bank Foundation, Employee Matching Gift Program, Dollars for Doing and Corporate Contributions. Foundation program areas include: Work - Workforce Education & Economic Prosperity; Home - Neighborhood Stability & Revitalization; Play - Arts & Culture Places to Play
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