United Way Quad Cities released a survey at the end of July 2020 to help shed light on the impact of COVID-19 on the Quad Cities community and to better understand the impacts of the pandemic on Quad Citizens. In addition, the survey aimed to guide and inform United Way on how to best support local families through long-term recovery and rebuilding.
The COVID-19 survey results provide a snapshot of the critical needs in our community due to the coronavirus and the foundation upon which to rebuild a stronger Quad Cities. The insight will help inform United Way’s investments, programs and partnerships to get kids back on track in school, get adults back to work and financially stable and give residents access to the supports and services needed to live a healthy and safe life.
Conducted over the course of five weeks, from July 22 through Aug. 26, 2020, the 30-question study covered topics ranging from household finances and home learning to employment and child care needs.
More Information: See COVID-19 information and resources.