Skip to main content

Impact Partners & Funding

Education

$1,217,313 will be allocated for Fiscal Year 19 (July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019) to these partners.

Result 1: Students enter school ready to learn.

Strategy 1.1: Teach parenting skills and provide resources for early learning and pre-literacy.

  • Child Abuse Council $20,000

Strategy 1.2:  Provide resources to help parents/guardians improve the social-emotional skills of their children.

  • Bethany for Children and Families $24,000
  • Child Abuse Council $105,000
  • SAL Family & Community Services $68,123

Strategy 1.3:  Remove barriers that prevent children and families from taking advantage of quality early learning environments that promote school readiness.

  • Community Action of Eastern Iowa $30,000
  • SAL Family & Community Services $110,000
  • YWCA of the Quad Cities $60,000

Result 2: Students perform at grade level and remain in school.

Strategy 2.1: Provide supportive services that reduce school absences.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley $20,000
  • Davenport Community School District  $30,000
  • Family Resources, Inc. $12,500

Strategy 2.2: Provide quality opportunities for students that reinforce and enhance learning.

  • Davenport Community School District $122,500
  • East Moline School District #37 $55,000
  • Rock Island/Milan School District #41 $100,000
  • United Township High School District #30 $20,000

Strategy 2.3: Provide quality opportunities for students that promote good behavior and discourage high-risk activities.

  • Bethany for Children and Families $19,500
  • Family Resources, Inc. $12,500
  • YWCA of the Quad Cities $20,000

Strategy 2.4: Promote and coordinate activities that reduce summer learning loss.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley $5,000
  • Rock Island/Milan School District #41 $54,000
  • Two Rivers YMCA $55,000

Strategy 2.5: Promote students’ successful transitions into middle and high school.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley $20,000
  • Two Rivers YMCA $5,600

Result 3: Students complete high school, and are college-or-career-ready.

Strategy 3.1: Provide support services for students at risk of not completing high school.

  • Davenport Community School District $71,667
  • Iowa's Jobs for America's Graduates (iJAG) $70,395
  • Safer Foundation $8,000

Strategy 3.2: Provide students with opportunities to explore and pursue multiple post-secondary options.

  • Eastern Iowa Community Colleges $60,000
  • Safer Foundation $4,000

Strategy 3.3: Provide students with the life skills necessary to enter the world as responsible, self-motivated adults.

  • GiGi's Playhouse $6,528
  • Safer Foundation $8,000
  • Transitions Mental Health Services $20,000

HEALTH

$912,988 will be allocated for Fiscal Year 19 (July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019) to these partners for work in these strategies.

Result 1: Youth and adults live in a safe, healthy environment.

Strategy 1.1: Provide access to support services for trauma and abuse.

  • Child Abuse Council $126,188
  • Family Resources, Inc. $125,000
  • Transitions Mental Health Services $15,000

Strategy 1.2: Provide youth and adults with family counseling, therapy, and supports.

  • The Center for Youth & Family Solutions $50,000
  • Marriage & Family Counseling Service $100,000
  • Youth Service Bureau of Rock Island County $40,000

Strategy 1.3: Promote participation by youth and adults in eating healthy and engaging in physical activity.

  • Handicapped Development Center $30,000
  • Project NOW, Inc. $15,000
  • Scott County Family Y $30,000
  • YWCA of the Quad Cities $20,000

Result 2: Youth and adults have access to mental health and/or substance abuse prevention and treatment. 

Strategy 2.1: Provide treatment and adequate, timely access to care for mental health services.

  • Community Health Care, Inc. $167,000
  • Family Resources, Inc. $25,000
  • Robert Young Center for Community Mental Health $97,800

Strategy 2.2: Provide treatment and adequate, timely access to care for substance abuse services.

  • $0

Strategy 2.3: Provide adequate access to respite services.

  • The Arc of the Quad Cities Area $30,000
  • The Center for Youth & Family Solutions $30,000
  • Hand in Hand $12,000

FINANCIAL STABILITY

$910,998 will be allocated for Fiscal Year 19 (July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019) to these partners for work in these strategies.

Result 1: Quad Citizens have access to food, shelter, and transportation.

Strategy 1.1: Provide response to needs for food and shelter.

  • Family Resources, Inc. $217,646
  • The Salvation Army $42,500
  • Café on Vine $16,000

Strategy 1.2:  Provide reliable transportation to help individuals to obtain and maintain employment.

  • Project NOW, Inc. $5,000
  • Supplemental Emergency Assistance Program (SEAP) $7,000

Result 2: Quad Citizens can increase income through education and employment.

Strategy 2.1: Re-engage unemployed and/or under-employed individuals to pursue educational and/or career advancement.

  • Black Hawk College $88,778

Strategy 2.2: Provide services to individuals to assist with the completion of post-secondary education or certification.

  • Black Hawk College $5,000

Strategy 2.3: Provide skills and tools necessary to obtain and maintain employment.

  • The Arc of the Quad Cities Area $66,855
  • Safer Foundation $12,000
  • Transitions Mental Health Services $20,000

Result 3: Quad Citizens build financial stability.

Strategy 3.1: Maximize the use and impact of eligible earned benefits.

  • Humility of Mary Housing, Inc. $12,500
  • Project NOW, Inc. $15,000

Strategy 3.2: Educate low-income individuals/families about skills necessary to become financially self-sufficient.

  • Alternatives for the Older Adult $50,625
  • One Eighty $10,000

Strategy 3.3: Provide supportive services to remove barriers preventing individuals and families from achieving financial stability/independence.

  • Alternatives for the Older Adult $16,875
  • HELP Regional Office of Iowa Legal Aid $73,730
  • Prairie State Legal Services $82,729

Strategy 3.4: Help low-income individuals/families obtain and maintain safe, affordable, stable housing.

  • Bethany for Children & Families $60,000
  • Family Resources, Inc. $56,250
  • Supplemental Emergency Assistance Program (SEAP) $52,500