Community Foundation Blog

Confused about the Community Foundation?

Here's a simplistic look at the complex workings of the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend.

Teens with a GIFT of Foresight (TGF) - A Teen's Perspective

Teen Sierra Ricketts shares her experience with TGF.

Achieve Quad Cities Leadership Cabinet (AQC)

The Achieve Quad Cities Leadership Cabinet (AQC) is working to improve our region’s educational outcomes.

Nonprofit Marketing Strategies for Philanthropic Success

A special THANK YOU to the Illowa Partnership for Philanthropic Planning (IPPP) for inviting CFGRB and The Numad Group to speak at a recent lunch and learn!

T4T promotes youth philanthropy on local radio

Rewind 93.9 WYEC interviewed two teen members and the student director yesterday morning. Brady Frieden discussed how T4T has impacted him not only as a member but now as the student director of this program.

The Place2B!

The Community Foundation of the Great River Bend partners with The Place2b in an effort to assist homeless youth in the Quad Cities.

QC Homeless Memorial Service

The Quad-Cities Shelter and Transitional Housing Council will host the annual Quad-Cities Homeless Memorial Service. The service will start at 7:30 a.m. in the Community Health Care clinic parking lot at 500 W. River Drive. in Davenport. The service will include music and poetry readings by local artists, prayers and a moment of silence for those who have passed. Following the service, a vigil will be held until noon to remind us to keep those less fortunate in our thoughts during this season of celebration.

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    Did You Know?

    The Teens for Tomorrow youth philanthropy program has given local students the opportunity to grant more than $70,000 to the community since the program's inception in 2002.
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