- Boys and Girls Club of Central Iowa (Des Moines)
$15,000: Multiple events and projects, including safety enhancements and furnishings.
- Bricker Price Block Restoration Corporation (Earlham)
$7,000: Custom window coverings for nonprofit community event venue. Project will help protect the historic building’s second floor from exposure to extreme heat in summer and frigid cold in winter.
- City of Aplington Pool Committee
$25,000: 2023 will be the last season for the current pool, which was built in 1976. The committee plans to construct a new community swimming pool starting this fall.
- City of Fonda
$5,000: Baseball and softball field bleachers.
- City of Odebolt
$10,000: Pool liner project.
- City of Shambaugh
$2,500: Project to create a safe and fun park for families, including fall protection materials, playground set, picnic tables and barbeque grills.
- Des Moines Metro Opera
$5,000: Annual partnership.
- Des Moines Performing Arts
$15,000: Annual support.
- Friends of MLK, Inc. (FoMLK) (Davenport)
$250,000: MLK Park, which will be an outdoor venue for residents and tourists to learn and engage in the region's rich artistic, creative, cultural and ethnic history.
- Glenwood Fire Department
$8,000: Tablets for ambulances and fire trucks.
- Grandview Fire Department
$5,000: Pumper/tanker truck.
- Heritage Area Agency on Aging (Cedar Rapids)
$22,000: Addresses senior citizen food insecurity.
- Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation: Little Sioux Scout Ranch Purchase
$250,000: The Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation and Iowa Department of Natural Resource have partnered to purchase the Little Sioux Scout Ranch to establish a public 1,776-acre reserve.
- Iowa State University - SAE International Student Chapter at ISU
$2,500: The student-led ISU Baja Team designs, build and races an off-road vehicle in the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Collegiate Design Series.
- Junior Achievement of the Midlands (Council Bluffs, Sioux City and Treynor)
$5,000: General program support of Junior Achievement that benefits students in these areas.
- Long Grove Civic League
$8,700: Project to help the Long Grove Community Center's basement achieve Americans with Disabilities Act compliance.
- North Side Community Recreation Center - John R. Grubb YMCA (Des Moines)
$1,000,000 (to be spread over multiple years): Community center with health and wellness facilities, indoor and outdoor recreation facilities and meeting space.
- Operation Impact 22 (Des Moines metro area)
$1,000: Sponsorship for Operation Impact Salute to Service Banquet in Altoona to be held on April 29, 2023. The organization focuses on veterans’ mental health and suicide awareness issues.
- Oxford Fire Department
$2,500: Safety equipment.
- University of Iowa - Iowa Formula SAE Racing Team
$2,500: Sponsorship of the student-led University of Iowa Society of Automotive Engineering’s Iowa Formula SAE Team.
- Webster County Conservation
$25,000: Webster County Conservation Board, in partnership with the City of Fort Dodge, seeks to create the River's Edge Discovery Center to provide a place for learning and discovery, as well as to teach children to be good stewards of nature.
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