The Dallas County Foundation awarded $101,323 to 24 nonprofit groups in Iowa's Dallas County in the 2022 granting cycle.
Grants are awarded each year to improve the quality of life of those fortunate enough to call Dallas County "home," per the foundation's website.
Since its inception in 2005, the DCF has awarded over $1,618.692 to over 290 projects in Dallas County.
In partnership with Grow Greene County Gaming Corporation, the Dallas County Foundation was awarded an additional $35,500 for broad-based community improvement projects, making for a combined total of $108,971.11 in betterment grants in 2022. Read the Entire Article
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