Founded in 1953, the Moline Foundation is a community-based, non-profit organization which provides grants to health, human services, education, community development, the arts, and other charitable organizations which benefit the citizens of Moline and the Quad Cities region.
Please write a letter outlining your request and attach a project budget, your 501(c) 3 determination letter from the IRS, list of Board of Directors, balance sheet and current financial statement. Also, include the name and address of the organization and name and phone number of a contact person. Nine copies of all the requested materials should be mailed or postmarked by the deadline. In the year 2006, there are three grant request deadlines: Tuesday, January 31, 2006; Saturday, April 15, 2006; and Thursday, August 31, 2006
More than $360,000 has been given to the area in the last year for projects and activities that benefit non-profit organizations and the people they serve. The Literacy Connection, $500; Humility of Mary Housing, $1400; Children's Therapy Center, $2200; Camp Hand in Hand, $6500; Moline Public Library, $75,000; WVIK Public Radio, $11,250; Two Rivers YMCA, $25,000; Mercer County Nursing Home, S500; Figge Art Museum, $10,000; Niabi Zoo, $5000; Moline High School, $5000; Bethany for Children and Families, $35,000; Supplemental Emergency Asst. Program, $4000; Moline Soccer Club, $10,000; Boy Scouts Illowa Council, $900; Girl Scouts of the Mississippi Valley, $1000; WQPT Public TV, $3000; Martin Luther King Center, $1350; and Genesis Health Services Foundation, $5000.