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- Raising funds to purchase new accessible van
- Childcare Center holds QRS 5 Rating
- Annual Halloween Harvest event on Oct. 19
Hills & Dales was founded in 1973 by Elaine Barwick to care for her son who had significant disabilities. The organization currently serves and supports individuals from 17 counties throughout... Read More
- Enhancing health care in the Dyersville area
- Provides financial assistance to other centers
From the first efforts to build a hospital in Dyersville in the 1960s, the existence and success of Mercy - Dyersville has depended to a great extent on community volunteerism and philanthropic... Read More
Camp Courageous of IowaEndowed
- Over 9,000 campers served.
- Sits on over 400 acres of land.
- 45 years of serving individuals with disabilities.
Camp Courageous is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides year-round recreational and respite care opportunities for individuals with special needs. Camp Courageous offers a variety of... Read More
Affordable Housing Network, Inc. Endowed
- Rehabilitated over 270 homes after 2008 flood
- Holistic approach blends housing & support service
- Administers several rental assistance programs
The Affordable Housing Network, Inc. (AHNI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing affordable housing in our communities and offering a wide variety of housing options. We strive... Read More
- Bluebird house building workshop annually in March
- Hafeman Wildlife Area & McLaughlin Wildlife Area
- Leifker Wildlife Area - photo of pond at LWA
On April 4, 1933, a group of 34 interested citizens met at the Dubuque Library and formed the Dubuque County Conservation Society. Their main object at the time was the preservation of an area... Read More