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United Way QC Born Learning Academies Open To Quad-Cities Families

January 4th, 2023
United Way QC Born Learning Academies Open To Quad-Cities Families

The United Way QC Born Learning Academies are weekly one-hour sessions, held in-person at Fillmore Elementary. They will take place each Monday from 4:30-5:30pm beginning on January 23rd and ending on March 6th. Child care is provided. Space is limited so please register by January 16th: http://bit.ly/BL80  Read More

Moline Celebrates New Western Illinois University Spanish Bilingual Early Learning Lab

February 3rd, 2022
Moline Celebrates New Western Illinois University Spanish Bilingual Early Learning Lab

It was a day of celebration at the downtown Enterprise Lofts, where Mayor Sangeetha Rayapati and other officials celebrated the announcement of Western Illinois University-Quad Cities decision to open its new Spanish Bilingual Early Learning and Family Empowerment Lab. This exciting project launched the same day Moline began accepting applications for its new ARPA-funded childcare workforce infrastructure loan program. The City remains committed to working with multiple partners – including Renew Moline, Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, United Way Quad Cities – to expand childcare... Read More

Quad-Cities United Way Looking For Help To Stock The Schools For First Day Project

July 2nd, 2020
Quad-Cities United Way Looking For Help To Stock The Schools For First Day Project

You can help make a child’s first day at school a lot more special by helping The First Day Project. Over 25,000 kids receive free or reduced lunches, and therefore they qualify for free school supplies through the project, which relies on the generosity of locals in the community to help out. The First Day Project used to partner with the Postal Service to collect the school supplies but three years ago they Postal Service stopped the program and United Way stepped in to help. “In the past, we worked mainly with our business community to collect the items but the need is too great... Read More