A small but powerful example of collective giving.
As part of our Community Campaign, we challenged 50 young adults to spark a movement of caring here in the QC.
Thanks to the help of our partners and friends, this effort truly represents our community coming together as one — the young adults participating in The QC Caring Assignment represent St. Ambrose University, Augustana College, Blackhawk College, Scott Community College, Western Illinois University, Heat & Frost Insulators Local 81, IBEW Local 145, Assumption High School, Pleasant Valley High School, and United Township High School.
Here's How the QC Caring Assignment Works:
1. The money the young adults received belongs to the community. They can’t spend it on themselves and it should stay in the Quad Cities.
2. Their goal is to multiply the $100.
3. Invest the money in some cause, person, purpose or group that they have a passion for.
4. They will report back to United Way Quad Cities in 120 days on what they did.
Caring Assignment Stories
The Caring Assignment students and young professionals have been hard at work multiplying their $100 investment to create positive change in the lives of numerous Quad Citizens.
Learn more about the impact these young leaders have made in the community.
The QC Caring Assignment: Multiply Impact Sponsors
Thank you to our business sponsors who have agreed to match and multiply funds raised by the Caring Assignment participants to invest in United Way and help assure more can be done to improve education, income and health in the Quad Cities: