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Welcome to the Giving Center! Here you can search for and learn about nonprofits working on issues that are important to you. Your donation goes directly to your selected nonprofit's fund at the Community Foundation and is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The Community Foundation’s tax identification number is 42-152-6614.
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Maquoketa Community CupboardProject/Operating
Who We Serve Families and individuals from all over Jackson County come to the Maquoketa Community Cupboard to select from available food what they will need to feed themselves and their families... Read More
Paws on your Heart Pet Rescue Endowed
- Supports programs for disadvantaged pets
- Supports services to disadvantaged pet owners
Pet rescue services, if they exist at all, typically operate with never-enough funding from a limited number of sources. The Paws on Your Heart Pet Rescue endowment fund was set up to recognize the... Read More
- Established in 1857; presently 2,398 families
- Value of worship, education, and faith
- We seek to become Christlike by serving others
Our history clearly demonstrates that buildings come and go. But "Church" is not about buildings. They only provide the shell in which to gather the community of believers.... Read More
Clarence Griep ScholarshipEndowed
- 2018 Scholarship Recipients: Laura Kruse, Beckman
- Haley Johnson, Cascade High School
- Jacob Dean, Dubuque Senior High School
Professor Clarence Griep (pronounced Grip) taught U.S. History and Government at the University of Dubuque in the 1960’s and 70’s until his untimely death. He was a strong advocate for... Read More
Dubuque Rescue MissionEndowed
- Helping the needy through love and faith
- Offers public meal programs
- Provides temporary housing services
In 1932, a number of Dubuque area churches explored the possibility of providing a ministry to the less fortunate. Originally, there was a need to minister to the transients who traveled the nation... Read More