Community members and nonprofit organizations considering ways to make the Quad Cities region more cool, creative, connected and prosperous may now apply for a Q2030 Grant.
The Quad Cities Community Foundation, in alignment with the Q2030 Regional Action Plan, awards grants of up to $2,500 on a monthly basis now through November for a variety of uses that improve the region.
Kelly Thompson, vice president of the Community Foundation and co-champion of Q2030’s Community Collaboration Workgroup, told Quad-City Times reporter Jennifer DeWitt these grants may help, when possible, advance ideas from the Quad Cities Big Table.
“This is another way of encouraging people to get involved, not just talking about things, but doing them,” she said.
Go to www.qccommunityfoundation.org/q2030grants to learn more about Q2030 Grants and apply.