05/10/2013 - Statement of Funding Priorities for Grant Year 2014

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Quad Cities

 

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Quad Cities Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Quad Cities

Boys and Girls Club

 

Boys and Girls Club Boys and Girls Club

Center for Active Seniors (CASI)

 

Center for Active Seniors (CASI) Center for Active Seniors (CASI)

Junior Achievement

 

Junior Achievement Junior Achievement

Handicapped Development Center

 

Handicapped Development Center Handicapped Development Center

Davenport Public Library

 

Davenport Public Library Davenport Public Library

Putnam Museum and IMAX Theatre

 

Putname Museum and IMAX Theatre Putname Museum and IMAX Theatre

Genesis VNA and Hospice

Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House

Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House

Friendly House

 

Friendly House Friendly House
Hubbell-Waterman.   Hubbell-Waterman.  
 

What is The Hubbell-Waterman Foundation?

The Hubbell-Waterman Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for the citizens of the Quad Cities by financially supporting areas of need in culture and the arts, early childhood education (pre-K to 12) and social welfare. We fund capital and operational grants in the areas of need cited above.

We define Quad Cities as the geographic area comprising Scott County, Iowa and Rock Island County, Illinois.
 
Grant applicants may Click Here to view the "Annual Statement of Funding Priorities" for the next grant year.  All applicants are encouraged to apply for grants to support the funding priorities that the Foundation has identified in its "Annual Statement of Funding Priorities".  Grant applications that do not meet the designated priorities, but fall within the scope of our Mission and Values Statements, will be considered if funds are available. 
 
 

 

The Hubbell-Waterman Foundation

220 N. Main Street, Suite 600
Davenport, IA 52801
tel. 563.333.6608      fax. 563.324.1616
email: dwaterman@l-wlaw.com

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