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Siouxland Community Foundation

The Siouxland Community Foundation strives to enhance the quality of life in the greater Siouxland tri-state area by seeking charitable gifts to build permanent endowments as charitable capital for the community, providing a flexible vehicle to receive and distribute gifts of any size, making...

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Grants are made to nonprofit organizations that provide services vital to the quality of life in Siouxland. Organizations recognized under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and/or qualified government entities located within the greater Siouxland tri-state area (defined as a general 80-mile radius of Sioux City, Iowa) are eligible to receive grants from the Community Foundation. Grants to address present and emerging needs are made in the following focus areas: arts and culture, civic affairs, education, environment, health, and human services. See the Grants page of the website to search for grant opportunities for nonprofit organizations. 

Each year, scholarships are given to students from funds established by generous donors who want to make an investment in the future of Siouxland’s youth. Each year, the application period opens November 1 with applications due on February 1. For more information, instructions on how to apply, and other details, see the Scholarships page of the website. 

3M Foundation

3M invests in: Academic programs in science, engineering and business, and increasing the diversity of individuals entering these fields; K-12 education -inspiring student interest and success in math, science and economics by advancing teacher excellence and college readiness; Health and human...

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COPIC Medical Foundation

The COPIC Medical Foundation (CMF) works to improve health care outcomes through grant funding of:

Programs and initiatives that improve patient safety and quality of care through systems changes and improvements; Pilot programs that are designed to reduce medical errors; and Development...
Application Deadline 
Monday, January 23, 2023

Request for Proposals: Deadlines and Applications

The COPIC Medical Foundation grant cycle is open as of November 1, 2022. Grant applications are due January 13, 2023 by 5pm Mountain Time.
Applications can be emailed to mhintze@copic.com. Applicants can expect to hear from CMF regarding potential support by March 15, 2023. Additional details and application materials are available online. 

Theisen's More For Your Community Grants

The Theisen’s More for Your Community corporate grant program annually makes grants to all Theisen’s store communities. The program grants to agencies that most effectively, directly serve the basic needs of families and children, which includes food, shelter, education, safety and health.

Application Deadline 

Theisen's More for Your Community Grant program is part of the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque. Create an account in the online grant management system on the Theisen's page. All open Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque grants are listed in this system.

Applicants must be within 60 miles of a Theisen's store. View a list of stores. Create an account to apply for this grant. Please email Angie Wille, Grants Coordinator or  telephone 563.588.2700 to discuss how your project fits the basic needs of the community.

Applications open July 15 of each year. 

Deadline: August 31 of each year

Koch Foundation

Application Deadline 

Applications should be addressed to: Koch Foundation, 2909 Woodland Ave. 715, Des Moines, IA 50312; Phone: 515-255-2453

Applications should include all necessary information concerning the reason for requesting the grant, loan, etc, including where to be contacted.

Submission deadline: None

Retirement Research Foundation (Foundation on Aging)

During the last 43 years, RRF has awarded nearly 5,000 grants worth almost $255 million—all dedicated to improving the quality of life of older people. RRF focuses its grantmaking on four priority areas:

Caregiving Economic Security in Later Life Housing Social and Intergenerational...
Application Deadline 

RRF offers an opportunity for applicants to submit a brief (1-3 pages) Letter of Inquiry (LOI) as part of its grantmaking process. While optional, submission of an LOI is strongly encouraged. Information about the LOI process can be found on RRF’s websiteSubmit LOIs online by March 15, 2021 for the May 1 deadline. For more information and to start the grant process, see Apply for a Grant.

Information can also be found on the What We Fund page. 

To learn more, please visit our website or email info@rrf.org.