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This short explainer video via the Daily Do-gooder helps answer this question from a donor perspective. Click here to learn more about the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque.
What started as one teacher's vision has now become a reality thanks to dollars from the John Rathe Endowment.
Thanks to a partnership between Dubuque Schools, Northeast Iowa Community College, and Project Hope; Re-engage Dubuque coaches have connected with 308 high school dropouts.
In 2004, eight Anamosa couples discussed the need for a permanent source of funding for the special needs of their community. Those coffee-table discussions prompted them to pool their resources to form the Anamosa Community Foundation.
When a donor left a large bequest to their church, Jim and Connie Clifton encouraged their congregation to create an endowment fund at the Community Foundation to ensure that the funds would last and be used for the good of others.
During his 35-year career as a sports editor for the Maquoketa Sentinel-Press, Jack Marlowe wrote more than 2,000 articles covering Maquoketa High School varsity games from 1962 to 1998. Now he's leaving a legacy to the community that fueled his career.
This summer, residents of Harpers Ferry came together to celebrate past achievements and to plan a vision for their future.
Sharon Gudenkauf talks with Dave Kramer about the Mt. Hope Cemetery Endowment.
Keith and Kathy Garms give through the Clayton County Foundation for the Future to support the community they love.
Howard and Dorothy McLean's gift to the Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens helped the nonprofit leverage an additional $30,000 in grant dollars for its endowment fund.