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More Moments More Memories marketing coordinator Emily Sadewasser discusses how the foundation helps cancer patients get grants for clinical trials with Mediacom Newsleaders host Shelley Till.

Clayton County Foundation for the Future supports LED bulb swap stations

The Clayton County Energy District is working to encourage clean, affordable and efficient energy in communities across the county through programs like home energy assessments, educational events

Delaware County launches energy district

Kid Project earns four-star quality rating

The Impact Yoga in the Classroom has on our Students

Yoga in the classroom is an innovative project that serves to support health and well-being of elementary students, teaching elementary students and teachers to enthusiastically engage in health pr

Q&A with Women’s Giving Circle member Whitney Sanger

“I want to raise my daughter in a world where being kind and generous comes before all else, and what better organization to help me instill that in her heart and mind than the Women’s Giving C

Conference empowers young females attending Hempstead

The Women's Empowerment Conference was an all-day program that took place at the Grand River Center on March 20, 2019 which incorporated guest speakers, a college and local resource fair, professio


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Founded in 2002, the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque strengthens communities and inspires giving. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life throughout Northeast Iowa by serving donors, making grants to local nonprofit organizations, and providing community leadership through convening and collaboration. Guided by the values of integrity, equity and inclusion, collaboration, excellence and innovation, we seek to ensure a vibrant and inclusive Greater Dubuque region with resources and opportunity for all.