Together with our community partners, we can positively impact the millions of homeowners living in unsafe and unhealthy homes. By investing in communities, we transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing their communities.
The mission of the The Amy Helpenstell Foundation Fund is to improve the quality of life in the Quad Cities area by funding educational programs and by funding grants for health, community development, youth development, and cultural activities.
The mission of the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend is to better its community by connecting people who care with causes that matter. It's vision for the region is that every person is encouraged to create a legacy and anyone can be a philanthropist.
The Doris & Victor Day Foundation was created in 1987 as a force for making the Quad Cities a better place where all citizens share a good life with adequate shelter, food, and medical care, in which opportunities for growth and development are available, and in which citizens work together to face the challenges of life.
The Iowa Mortgage Association is dedicated to representing the housing and mortgage financing initiatives in the state of Iowa. In most cases these individuals have dedicated their entire careers to helping people purchase and refinance homes. IMA has been a supporter of RTQC through it's annual IMA Charity Golf Outing.
The Jaycees of the Quad Cities offers opportunities to socialize, network, and best of all, make life-long friendships. The Jaycees of the QC chapter has provided numerous grants to RT and a strong volunteer base.
The Moline Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of people in Western Illinois and Eastern Iowa by strengthening communities through local giving, grant making, and community service.
The Quad Cities Builders & Remodelers Association is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to promoting a positive business environment by uniting, serving and representing all aspects of the building industry. QCBR doesn't just build stronger homes; they build stronger communities.
The Rauch Family Foundation I was created memorialize Albert and Lester Rauch. Its mission is to support programs and activities that enhance the daily lives of Rock Island citizens.
The Rock Island Community Foundation (RICF) is a community organization that was formed in 1967 for the purpose of promoting the civic needs and general welfare of the City of Rock Island and provides financial support for causes and organizations that serve the needs of the citizens of the Rock Island community.
The Scott County Housing Council (SCHC) is charged with promoting the coordination of and building the capacity of housing development throughout Scott County (and eventually the Quad Cities). The SCHC serves as the resource development arm of the Quad Cities Housing Cluster.
St. Ambrose University -- independent, diocesan, and Catholic -- enables its students to develop intellectually, spiritually, ethically, socially, artistically and physically to enrich their own lives and the lives of others.
St. Paul Lutheran Church of the Quad Cities is a community filled with people who delight in being together and worshiping together and are united by its five core values of radical hospitality, passionate worship, intentional faith formation, adventurous mission and service, and extravagant generosity.
USA Warrant Officers Association Quad Cities Chapter serves as the preeminent professional association supporting Army Warrant Officers in all components and statuses (Regular Army, ARNG and USAR, whether currently serving, former, or retired) and their families.
Hundreds have served with Rebuilding Together through our AmeriCorps program. Our members help us improve lives and make a positive impact in communities across the country through their national service.