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United Way of Eastern Iowa invests in comprehensive strategies that help children and their families.
United Action for Youth provides a range of services to young people and their families.
YPN assists young parents (ages 13-27) with young children (ages 0-5).
Foundation 2 Youth Center is an emergency shelter for youth (ages 11-17) experiencing crisis.
Four Oaks helps children and families through developmental programming and activities.
Jane Boyd Community House runs programs that focus on the academic, emotional, and social well-being of kids and their families.
Tanager Place provides behavioral health programs for children and families.
Iowa Legal Aid provides free legal help for low-income Iowans with civil law problems.
Iowa City Showing up for Racial Justice is part of a network of groups and individuals organizing white people for racial justice.
Peace Education and Action Center of Eastern Iowa promotes international peace through education, intercultural communication, public witness, citizen involvement, and personal choices.
The African American Museum of Iowa is a statewide museum dedicated to preserving, exhibiting, and teaching Iowa’s African American history through museum tours in Cedar Rapids, through traveling exhibits across the state, research services, education programs, and events.
Cedar Valley Humane Society is a shelter for animals.
Animal Resource Foundation of Iowa helps provide support and awareness for animal rescue groups.
Unbridled Spirits provides dignified retirement for Thoroughbreds whose racing, breeding, and competitive careers have come to an end.
Iowa Humane Alliance works to develop programs to reduce animal shelter admissions and end euthanasia as a form of population control.
Critter Crusaders of Cedar Rapids exists to provide and guide lifesaving advanced medical care for homeless or stray animals.
Willis Dady Emergency Shelter provides services to combat homelessness.
Salvation Army offers a wide scope of services to assist those in need.
HACAP focuses on five initiatives: food and nutrition, veteran support, energy conservation, and homelessness. The common thread among the initiatives is the focus on community betterment and individual self-sustainability.
Habitat for Humanity makes home ownership possible for deserving families around the world.
Goodwill Industries of the Heartland helps people overcome barriers to jobs.
Southeast Linn County Food Bank and Community Center is a food pantry, transportation service for seniors, a clothing closet, and an after school program.
Lisbon-Mount Vernon Ambulance Service provides emergency medical services.
Care Initiatives Hospice provides hospice care to patients and their families.
Hallmark Care Center is a nursing home specializing in long-term care, rehabilitation services, independent and assisted living, and home care solutions.
Red Cross prepares for and responds to emergencies.
Mississippi Valley Blood Drive serves 86 hospitals and organizes blood drive donations.
MDA is fighting to free individuals from the harmful effects of muscular dystrophy, ALS, and related life-threatening diseases so they can live longer and grow stronger..
Abbe Hills is a local farm that offers guidance on biological practices, promotes the welfare of animals, and promotes the management of local water quality.
Matthew 25 offers a variety of services to the local neighborhood in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Feed Iowa First works to combat food insecurity.
Indian Creek Nature Center works to connect people to nature as early and frequently as possible to breed understanding and passion for the natural world.