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Dear Friends,

contents of annual report PAGE 3

Board of Directors

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Community Foundation Staff

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McCarthy Center and Nonproft Partnerships

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Women’s Giving Circle

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Every Child|Every Promise, Shared Youth Visions

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YAPPERS

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Community Impact Grants

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Donor Stories

Affiliate Foundations Financial Report Friends of the Foundation

Your community … A community is many things, but first it is people. In the Greater Dubuque area, we are blessed with a wealth of individuals who have chosen to live their lives not merely for themselves, but also for those around them. Whether you are a donor, nonprofit board member, financial advisor or volunteer, we thank you for being a part of our community of givers. Your foundation … Our work is connecting people and their passions. We merge resources and dreams to build a better community. We are a result of people understanding that they can do good things with their charitable intentions and great things when they partner with others.

When you read the stories of our donors and grantees, you will see people, like you, who care about our community and want to make an impact. Turn the pages and experience the spirit of generosity, the richness of history preserved and the inspiration of music that will live forever.

Helping you fulfill your charitable dreams is at the heart of everything we do. You care deeply about your community and are making gifts, large and small, to the Foundation. Your gifts are pooled to create and build a permanent endowment over time. The endowment’s earnings are returned to support various organizations, issues and opportunities that shape our community’s future.

The Community Foundation is proud to be your partner in building a community – whether it is through connecting philanthropic donors with causes that matter, leading community initiatives or supporting the great work of local nonprofits.

This annual report is an official pause to celebrate six years of strategic and effective giving at the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque. From our humble start in 2002, we are proud to manage and direct $15.5 million in assets. This past year, our donors established 51 new funds, and made 848 gifts to existing funds. Our total grantmaking to nonprofits was $788, 856.

On behalf of every life touched by your gifts, we thank you for all that you do, and urge you to continue to make the Foundation your own. In friendship and appreciation,

Jim Theisen, Chair

Nancy Van Milligen, President/CEO


your leaders. your foundation.

board of directors The Board of Directors of the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque is comprised of outstanding leaders from all sectors of the community who focus on improving the quality of life in the region. Our Mission: We work to improve the quality of life in the Dubuque region by evaluating and addressing community issues, building a permanent charitable endowment and connecting donors to the critical needs of our community. Our Vision: Connecting donors to causes that matter.

Jim Theisen Chair, Theisen’s Home – Farm – Auto

John C. O’Connor Vice Chair, O’Connor and Thomas, P.C.

Tim Conlon Secretary, Conlon Construction

Ken Townsend Treasurer, Retired

Donnelle Fuerste Executive Committee, Metrix Company

Charlie Glab Executive Committee, Morrison Brothers Co.

Dick Friedman Friedman Group, Inc.

Ken Furst McGladrey and Pullen, LLP

Eldon Herrig Herrig and Herrig Financial Services

Stephen J. Juergens Fuerste, Carew, Coyle, Juergens and Sudmeier, P.C.

W.R. Klauer, Jr. Klauer Manufacturing

Jeannie Lauritsen Women’s Giving Circle, Leader

Walt Pregler Retired

Phillip Ruppel Retired Business Owner

David Wm. Rusk Julien’s Journal

Linda Southwood Premier Linen and Drycleaning, Inc.

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your needs. your foundation. Directed by President and CEO Nancy Van Milligen, the Foundation is staffed by people who are personally committed to strengthening the community by providing services to you: our donors, financial advisors and nonprofit partners.

Nancy Van Milligen President/CEO

Jill Kruse Administrative Assistant

John Robbins Director of Marketing and Programs

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needs‌ We serve your needs from Suite 195 of the Dubuque Building at: 700 Locust Street, Dubuque, IA Office hours: 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Phone: 563.588.2700 Fax: 563.583.6619 Website: www.dbqfoundation.org

Kristin Kluesner

CPA, Director of Finance

M.J. Smith

Director of Communications and Affiliate Relations

The cover of this annual report was illustrated by Paul Lange of Orion, Illinois. The illustration is displayed in the office at the Community Foundation and represents the region we serve. Tara Nelson

Director of Grant-Funded Programs

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Mae Hintgen

Executive Director, Every Child | Every Promise


your passion. your foundation. Establishing an endowed fund for Two by Two, a family followed their passion for a more humane community and found healing. When Jeff and Lisa Ruppel became pregnant with their first child, they were thrilled about becoming parents. Among their visions for their young family was the thought of their child’s friendship with their retriever, Kona. Surely, they would be best friends. But their happy vision for boy and dog was shattered when their son, Sam, died a few days after birth due to complications during delivery. Looking back, Jeff and Lisa remember Kona being a rock of support during their grief. The dog seemed to understand their sadness. They started taking Kona everywhere, including long road trips to New Mexico and Arizona. At each stop they would search out and visit local dog parks. Through their travels, they gained knowledge about what makes a great community for people and their dogs. As they began looking for some way to memorialize Sam and their dreams for him, they learned about Two by Two Animal Campus. With character education at the heart of their mission, Two by Two teaches youths to become caring, respectful and responsible citizens. Developed by educator Kristin Woodward, an innovative curriculum engages young hearts and minds in humane education. A multi-functional campus is also planned to be located in Potosi, Wisconsin, and will apply classroom lessons to real-life learning environments. Through the interaction of companion animals and the environment, Two by Two is dedicated to improving the lives of both people and animals. Working with the Community Foundation, Jeff and Lisa made an endowed gift to Two by Two that will live forever. Lisa reflected, “From the day we lost Sam, we have felt a responsibility to parent his memory, which this gift has allowed us to do. In addition, we are providing hope that the society in which Jack, Teddy and Ben grow up will be kinder, more caring

and respectful of people, animals and the environment. Establishing the endowment in Sam’s name perfectly demonstrates the truth about receiving much more in return when you choose to give back. It has been a way to heal. Two by Two is an organization with a unique mission and one that is being fulfilled with such heart and integrity. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to support their purpose and progress.”

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passion… Celebrating the many varied and vital passions of you, our donors, the Community Foundation strengthens 100 nonprofits in our community through agency endowments.

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your dreams. your foundation. Chad and Laura Chandlee have bold dreams for their community. They have a passion and vision for every child to be kept safe, nurtured and educated. Long before they became donors through the Community Foundation, they were energetic volunteers committed to children’s causes. Laura is a former teacher and says, “Through teaching, I met a variety of children and families. I learned to appreciate parental and community support. What I would really love to do is create that support for every child.” Chad reflected, “I found out the Community Foundation is the source for community knowledge. When you have an idea for the community, it is a place where you can make connections, ask questions and find resources.”

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dreams… In its role as knowledge broker, catalyst and convener, the Community Foundation works to make donors’ dreams for Greater Dubuque come true.

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Chad and Laura created a Designated Fund to support the Every Child | Every Promise initiative in Dubuque. Chad serves on its board and, together with other leaders, is working to engage the community in delivering five promises to our youth. Chad’s mentors were his parents, both teachers. Laura credits her parents and grandfather for leading by example. Today, this young couple is busy parenting Alec, Ana, Leah and Maren. Chad said, “We were both incredibly lucky. We had parents and grandparents who taught us both to value our education and to give back. We want every child to have that same opportunity. The Community Foundation is a place for us to make that happen.”


your spirit. your foundation. Jim and Marita Theisen of Theisen’s Home Farm and Auto Stores are respected and beloved for their philanthropy. Whether it’s a gift to Presentation Lantern in downtown Dubuque, a priest’s mission in Kenya, a children’s home in Mexico, or scholarships for Loras College, the Theisens embody the spirit of generosity. Jim and Marita use an endowed Donor-Advised Fund at the Community Foundation for efficient and effective charity. Jim recently reflected, “It’s all about the spirit of giving. I first got involved by giving time as a volunteer in the Jaycees. It was just a group of people who got together and did a lot of good. I’ll never forget when we tore down an old building on 9th Street. We worked on weekends. We made time. We just did things. Early in our marriage we didn’t have a lot, but we still gave back. When my parents died, I realized the reach of their giving. People told me, ‘Your mom gave us money to adopt a child.’ I never knew they were so generous.” Emboldened by his parents’ example, gifts from Jim and Marita’s donor-advised endowment are currently supporting the start-up of several foundation funds, including a personal favorite, Step by Step. This Dubuque organization serves and empowers people with disabilities through such projects as cooperative housing for mobility-impaired individuals.

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spirit… Through their gifts and example of bold generosity, Community Foundation donors Jim and Marita Theisen deliver the spirit of hope to individuals served by churches, schools, museums and helping organizations.

Jim said, “It just blossoms, this giving back. Once during a capital fund drive at our church, I made a donation, and I thought it was fair. But a friend challenged me, ‘Give ’till you’re proud, Theisen.’ I never forgot that. Now, I get a kick out of it. It always comes back. We have been blessed. Through our charity, we give other people hope.”

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your legacy. your foundation. Legacy gifts to foundation endowments live forever. Also known as bequests, these gifts arrive at death to bless the lives of future generations. Norris Kuenzel grew up in a two-story house across from the City Park on Main Street in Garnavillo. The park is a place where children feel closer to the grass and sky and also touch the past. After playing on the swings or tiring from a game of tag, they can explore a restored log cabin. Members of the Garnavillo Historical Society open the little log house on summer weekends. Society volunteers challenge young minds to imagine what it was like to split wood to build a fire in order to heat water for a bath. Several years ago, the cabin was carefully taken apart and moved to the park as part of a collection of facilities owned by the society. These include a museum in a former brick church, a restored Masonic Lodge, a family residence and the Prairie Winds Garden.

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legacy‌ Norris’ legacy gift, an endowed gift to the Garnavillo Historical Society, is a gift made while living but given at death and provides assurance the history of his hometown will be preserved forever.

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Visitors to the Garnavillo Historical Society Museum admire artifacts of the community from days gone by. Men often study the arrowheads, and little girls race to the hat room, where they can try on fashion accessories from an extensive collection. Norris, who is retired from The Garnavillo Savings Bank, has always loved history. Since his legacy gift was made known to the community, other donors have come forward. The endowment is growing and will supplement annual gifts and museum donations for the society’s future acquisitions.


your inspiration. your foundation. The power of music to inspire an entire community was behind Dubuque Symphony Orchestra leaders’ decision to begin a $2.75million endowment campaign on the 50th anniversary of the organization. Like many symphony patrons, Ken and Sue Miller made concerts a family affair. Ken, who currently serves as chair of the DSO Board reflected, “Our kids have grown up with a deep appreciation for their exposure to the symphony, and they continue to support the performing arts as young adults. I think their exposure to the performing arts had a positive impact on their attitudes and efforts they expended on their studies, and helped shape their social values.” The symphony is closing in on its goal of $2.75 million, thanks in part to its partnership with the Community Foundation. Gifts to the DSO endowment given through the Community Foundation became eligible for Endow Iowa, a 20-percent tax credit, which extends the power and reach of donors to touch causes they are inspired by. Miller went on, “Although we have supported the DSO through annual fund drives, we recognize much of what the symphony offers, and we enjoy the results of the financial investments made by others before us. It is our time to do more than support the current program. Now it is our turn to invest in the DSO to ensure its financial stability to impact the next generation.” DSO Conductor William Intriligator also holds a deep conviction in the power of music and for sharing the wondrous art form with the entire community. DSO Executive Director Jeff Goldsmith explained, “Our community is everybody. We are giving two free concerts this year as a way of saying thank you. We are continually reaching out to expand our audience.”

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inspiration… Like the last musical note of a rousing concerto or a beloved march, the DSO endowment through the Community Foundation will resonate forever. The symphony endowment is a promise that beautiful music will always be an inspiration to you, our community.

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your mission. your foundation. Whatever your favorite nonprofit mission, the McCarthy Center is a new resource for you to visit and explore. On May 15, 2008, the Leo A. & Joy K. McCarthy Center for Nonprofits officially opened with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting. The McCarthy Center serves all nonprofits in the Greater Dubuque area with a grant search database, a library of books and periodicals, a board-training curriculum, meeting facilities and design software. The center has received a steady flow of nonprofit grant seekers from who have found funding opportunities through the Foundation Directory Online Database. The database maintains the most comprehensive online catalog of U.S. grant makers and their funding opportunities.

Book titles are numerous and include Good to Great and the Social Sector, Inspired Philanthropy and The Giving Family. Materials may be checked out by local nonprofit staff and volunteers. Thanks in part to a grant by the Dubuque Racing Association, the McCarthy Center is able to offer board training through its Board Boot Camp Curriculum. This basic training for board members covers the context and structure of nonprofit organizations, explores the roles and responsibilities of board members and challenges participants to reflect on how their unique talents can best serve their organization. The Center also hosts graphic design support services for nonprofits.

mission

The library portion of the center consists of reference materials, books and periodicals, with subjects ranging from fundraising to leadership to the grant-writing process.

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mission… The McCarthy Center is available to nonprofit staff and volunteers Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. The Center’s mission is to make our community stronger by working together.

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The Leo A. & Joy K. McCarthy


your gift. your foundation. Through Endow Iowa, Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque donors captured about a half million dollars in Iowa tax credits last year. Endow Iowa allows Iowans making an endowed gift to an Iowa charity to receive a 20-percent state tax credit in addition to federal and state deductions when the gift is made through a certified community foundation. The following nonprofits and causes have either established an Agency Endowment Fund or have had a fund designated for them by a donor at the Community Foundation.

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gift‌ Endow Iowa is a strategic reward for gifts to build your communities.

PARTNER AGENCIES AND CAUSES WITH ENDOWMENT FUNDS Albrecht Acres Foundation Allamakee County Community Foundation Allan J. Carew Loras College Scholarship American Cancer Society Iowa Hope Lodge Backbone Lake Friends Beckman High School Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dubuque Camp Courageous of Iowa Carnegie-Stout Library Foundation Catherine Dunn Scholarship Catholic Charities Church of the Resurrection St. Philomena Fund Clarence Griep Scholarship Clarity Clinic/Pregnancy Center Clarke College Clayton County Foundation for the Future Clayton Ridge Dollars for Scholars (Includes funds from former Garnavillo and Guttenberg chapters) Colts Youth Organization Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Crescent Community Health Center Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens Dubuque Community School District Foundation Dubuque County Extension/4H Dubuque County Historical Society Dubuque County Right to Life Dubuque Food Pantry Dubuque Humane Society Dubuque Mercy Health Foundation Dubuque Museum of Art Dubuque Rescue Mission Dubuque Symphony Orchestra Dyersville Area Foundation for the Future Dyersville Health Foundation Edgewood Future Fund Elkader Historical Society Elkader Opera House Ewalu Camp and Retreat Center Finely Health Foundation First Congregational United Church of Christ Foundation for the Future of Delaware County Four Mounds Foundation Friends of the Mines of Spain Girl Scouts of Eastern IA and Western IL Good Neighbor Society Grand Opera House Guttenberg Hospital Hillcrest Family Services Hills & Dales

Holy Family Catholic Schools Scholarship Holy Ghost Church (Dubuque) Hospice of Dubuque Foundation Idea League Jamie Barwick Hills and Dales Foundation Jeanne Adams Golinvaux Fund for Volunteerism Joe Bitter Memorial Fund for Youth in Sports Joseph and Marie Kress Scholarship for Clarke College Junior High Rodeo Lauren Schmidt Memorial Scholarship for Nursing Leo McCarthy Scholarship Fund for Loras College Linwood Cemetery Loras College Luther Manor Manchester Public Library Maquoketa Valley Chapter Dollars for Scholars Medical Associates Clinic Meghan Hackett Fund for Young Professionals Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Prevention Northeast Iowa Community College Northeast Iowa School of Music Opening Doors (Maria House and Teresa Shelter) Peggy Furey Crahan Fund for the Children of Maria House Project Concern Promise to Our Youth Fund Riverview Center Robert Cronin Loras College Scholarship Rural Heritage Museum Seton Catholic Schools Sherrill Fire Protection Association St. Columbkille Catholic Church St. Mark Community Center St. Patrick School (Waukon) St. Vincent DePaul Society Step by Step Stonehill Benevolent Foundation Two by Two Animal Campus University of Dubuque Very Special Arts of Dubuque Wahlert High School Scholarship Wartburg Theological Seminary Waukon High School Athletic Programs Waukon Wellness Center West Delaware School District Westminster Presbyterian Church Women’s Giving Circle YAPPERS (Youth Area Philanthropists)

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your generosity. your foundation. In return, members build awareness of issues and form bonds with women of all ages and incomes who share a common value. Anyone can join the Women’s Giving Circle. Meetings are held quarterly, and a newsletter is used to announce meetings and events.

Jeanne Lauritsen

Women’s Giving Circle Leader

In its first year of grant-making, the WGC awarded gifts to twelve agencies. Gifts of talent, supplies, equipment and used goods were distributed to the Dubuque Humane Society, Girl Scouts, Hillcrest Family Services, Hills & Dales, Luther Manor, Northeast Iowa School of Music, Opening Doors, Project HOPE, Presentation Lantern, Step by Step and the Tri-State Blind Society.

Peg Hudson

Membership Circle Leader

The Women’s Giving Circle is a fellowship of women who enjoy hands-on philanthropy and are creating a permanent legacy to meet community needs.

The Dubuque Rescue Mission received a $5,000 cash grant to support the Getting Ahead/Breaking Barriers initiative. This program encourages individuals living in poverty to investigate the circumstances of their own lives as well as the skills, attitudes and strategies needed to move to a more stable life. The grant will support 15–20 individuals as they move through this process.

As community leaders, these women donors make generous gifts to an endowment. They also share gifts of time and intellect to study community needs and make strategic grants.

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generosity… The Women’s Giving Circle, which is led by Jeanne Lauritsen, Chris Schiesl and Peg Hudson, is comprised of more than 50 Dubuque women who have pooled their gifts in a mission to: Share the joy of giving, pass on the tradition of living with generosity and help members reach the most important needs in the community.

Chris Schiesl

Grant-Making Circle Leader

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your children. your foundation. Every Child | Every Promise (ECEP) and Shared Youth Visions are community outreach programs housed within the foundation’s office suite. ECEP is a nonprofit organization which works to engage the community in meeting five promises for all children:

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Caring Adults Safe Places A Healthy Start Effective Education Opportunities to Serve

Shared Youth Visions (SYV) is a planning grant administered by the Community Foundation. By convening caring individuals from many community agencies, Shared Youth Visions’ goal is to improve the overall outcome among youths aged 14–24 who are currently in or who have aged out of foster care. Tara Nelson, Director of Grant-Funded Programs at the Community Foundation, coordinates Shared Youth Visions. She reflected, “One example of our new-found collaboration involved helping furnish the apartment of a young woman who was aging out of the foster-care system.”

Mae Hintgen, ECEP Executive Director, explains, “When children do not have these five promises, they are unable to develop the tools to become successful, productive citizens of their community.” ECEP connects people to resources and assists service providers in delivering the five promises to our youth. Every Child | Every Promise is both grant- and donor-funded. This past year the organization:

• Received recognition for Dubuque as one of the “100 Best Communities for Children”

• Developed and unveiled a communitywide growth chart • Supported kids expo and 8th grade career fair • Recruited and hired a full-time executive director

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children… With the vitality and momentum of Every Child | Every Promise and Shared Youth Visions, the children of Dubuque experience improved quality of life and are actively supported on their way to becoming successful, engaged members of the community.

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your youth. your foundation. YAPPERS (Youth Area Philanthropists) are among the best and brightest young people in the community. Highly motivated teenagers from Dubuque Senior, Wahlert and Hempstead comprise YAPPERS. They volunteer and act as philanthropists and grant makers. Now 30 members strong, these students meet regularly with foundation program directors, Kelly Behnke and Allison Schrempf, to engage in team-building and leadership activities, discuss local youth issues and plan events and service projects in their communities. As youth leaders, the YAPPERS direct their energy and passion toward three major projects: A local youth needs assessment that identifies the awareness of and facilitates action to the needs of youth in communities of the Greater Dubuque area.

Clarity Clinic/Pregnancy Center Delayed Gratification Program Dubuque Community Y Teen Center After School Program Domestic Violence Program’s “Safe Kids Club” Dubuque Rescue Mission Milk Outreach Hillcrest Family Services Dubuque Area Youth Offering Help Horizons – A Family Service Alliance Summer Breakfast Bags and Resources

The Empty Bowls Project raises awareness and funding for local youth poverty. YAPPERS work with area youth to create and sell bowls, with proceeds benefiting local youth poverty. The Project concludes with an annual Feed the Need dinner and silent auction with the same mission.

Project Concern Celebrate Books at Home Program

The annual grant-making cycle mirrors that of the Community Foundation. Students award grants to local agencies with programs that benefit and focus on youth.

St. Mark Community Center Youth Advisory Committee Educational Books about Diversity

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youth… Encourage youths you know to join YAPPERS, and they will experience the reward of giving time and treasure to organizations meeting the most urgent community needs.

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GRANT RECIPIENTS

Riverview Center Prevention Education Program

Table Mound Elementary School Leadership Enrichment Program


your impact. your foundation. The Community Foundation’s Community Impact Fund makes grants to nonprofits meeting important needs in health and human services, education, neighborhoods and community development, the environment, support for children, youth and families and arts and culture. In the fall of 2007, the Community Foundation awarded grants to 13 area nonprofits in its fifth annual grant cycle. Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dubuque Low to Moderate Income Scholarship Program Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Dubuque Financial Literacy for Underserved Individuals in Dubuque Crescent Community Health Center Colposcopy Project for Tri-State Women Who Are Not Fully Insured

The Grand Opera House Peter Pan Can Fly Project Hispanic Ministry, Dubuque Holding on to the Hispanic Culture While Learning English Program DuRide Transit Network for Senior Citizens and the Visually Impaired Kool Kidz ASP After School and Summer Programming

Dubuque Symphony Orchestra A Celebration of Cultural and Ethnic Diversity Concert Series

Mercy Medical Center Camp Mercy Program for Children with Autism/Asperger’s Syndrome

Four Mounds Foundation HEART – Housing Education and Rehabilitation Training

Northeast Iowa Community College Career Readiness Certification Pilot Program

Friends of the Mines of Spain Environmental Concerns Programming

Opening Doors (Maria House and Teresa Shelter) Rebuilding Lives Project

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impact… Through your unrestricted gifts to the Community Impact Fund, new residents are being welcomed to the community, lives and neighborhoods are being rebuilt and kids are learning to read.

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your response. your foundation. GRANT RECIPIENTS

Responding to requests from 25 different nonprofits, the Allamakee County Community Foundation (ACCF) awarded $57,116 to support community projects this past year. As the year unfolded with historic floods and a humanitarian crises for immigrants living in Postville, foundation donors responded with generous gifts to relieve the suffering. A Floods of 2008 Assistance Fund was established to help flood victims with ongoing, long-term recovery, cleanup and support. Teresa Wiemerslage, ACCF Board member reflected, “The idea for this fund comes from the lessons learned by Parkersburg residents. When people in Parkersburg looked back on things they wished they would have done before the tornado, an emergency fund at the local Community Foundation was high on the list. By having a local fund, the money will stay here to assist residents as they move forward with their rebuilding projects for their homes, farms and communities.” Sr. Mary McCauley, St. Bridget’s Catholic Church administrator in Postville, directs foundation gifts for children and families left destitute by the immigration raid. She reflected, “What your donors are doing to help with rent and utilities for these women and children is a blessing.”

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response… The Allamakee County Community Foundation serves you, its citizens and communities by responding with great care to both routine and emergency needs.

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Waterville Public Library Summer Reading Program

Postville Swimming Pool Board Pool Diving Board Project

Post 62 of the American Legion Avenue of Flags Project

City of Harpers Ferry Ballpark Renovation

WE Care East and West Elementary Playground Development

Allamakee County Agriculture Society Fairground Improvements

Kee-Land Preschool, Inc Outdoor Classroom

Lansing Fire Department Purchase New Fire Equipment

Waukon Nursery School Curriculum for Literacy and Technology

New Albin Fire and Rescue Firefighter Safety Equipment

St. Patrick School Digital Differentiation

Horizons Horizons Habitat Painting Project

Allamakee Community School District Real Care Infant Simulator Upgrade

Postville Police K-9 Unit K-9 Drug Dog

Postville YMCA of Northeast Iowa YMCA Wellness Equipment

Waukon Park and Rec Disc Golf Course

City of Waukon – Wellness Center Group Exercise Equipment

Waukon Chamber of Commerce Welcome to Waukon Sign

Northland Agency on Aging Caring for the Caregiver Support Program Car

Harpers Ferry Volunteer Fire Department Radio for Fire Department

Friends of Pool 9 Reconnecting Kids/Families to the River Day

Robey Memorial Library Board of Trustees Upgrade Internet Public Access

The Stork’s Nest Parent Education

Board of Directors Chad Burroughs, Sue Pederson, Matt Erickson, Bruce ReVoir, Brian Houlihan, Rachelle Howe, Teresa Wiemerslage, Bill Nation and Joan McCormick

Postville Park and Rec Board Hall Roberts’ Park ADA Water Fountain


your people. your foundation. Philanthropy is catching fire across the rural prairie as the Clayton County Foundation for the Future grew four agency funds this past year. Young adults with autism, toddlers learning to share, surgical patients and tourists interested in agricultural heritage are among the people touched by grants from the Clayton County Foundation for the Future Endowment this past year. In addition, mothers needing emergency formula and diapers for their infants, as well as expectant couples at the Guttenberg Municipal Hospital, received prenatal education through gifts from individual donors. The CCFF Endowment is supported by annual gifts from local residents as well as people from far away who wish to remember the place where they grew up.

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people‌ The Clayton County Foundation for the Future touches lives of real people who choose quiet valleys of the small towns and pastoral ridges of the rural countryside to live.

GRANT RECIPIENTS Garnavillo Day Care For Toys, Puzzles, Tricycles, Books, Kitchen Set to Replace Those Donated When the Center Opened

G and G Living Centers For Educational and Art Supplies for Cognitive Development and Vocational Training

Northeast Iowa Farm Antique Association Website Development and Kitchen Upgrade

Board of Directors Lanny Kuehl, Keith Garms, Larry Thein, Barb Pape, Erling Lohmann, Roger Halvorson, Jim Mortiz and Executive Director Darla Kelchen

Central Community Hospital Foundation For a Tabletop Sterilizer for the Surgery Department

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your neighbors. your foundation. GRANT RECIPIENTS Regional Medical Center Parents as Teachers Education

City of Delhi City Park Improvements

Western Dubuque Grade 6 Classroom Jeopardy

New Life Assembly Franklin Street Underground

City of Colesburg Pool Furniture

Manchester Kids League Cages

Ruth Suckow Memorial Library Classic DVDs

City of Dundee – Little League Lighting Project

City of Ryan – Legion Post Veterans Display

City of Colesburg Portable Generator for Emergencies

City of Delhi Soccer Program Soccer Program St. Joe’s Childcare Center St. Joe’s Childcare Center

The Foundation for the Future of Delaware County granted $57,116 to local charities last year. Soccer players in Delhi, veterans’ service volunteers in Ryan, firemen in Hopkinton, youths in Edgewood and new parents in Manchester were all touched by grants from the endowment. The Foundation’s Board of Directors hosted luncheons for both financial advisors and community leaders this past year, planting the seeds for gifts to grow.

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neighbors… From Petersburg to Ryan, Edgewood to Hopkinton neighbors are helping neighbors through the Foundation for the Future of Delaware County.

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Honey Creek Helpers Safety Netting for Ball Fields

Good Neighbor Society Disaster Preparedness Community Childcare of Manchester Furniture

Big Brothers Big Sisters Expanding Mentoring

Delaware County Domestic Violence Domestic Violence Program

Ed-Co School CPR Certification

City of Greeley Park Modernization

Hennessey School Laptop Computers Power School

Delaware First Responders Revitalization of First Responders

Hopkinton Fire Department New Bunker Gear for Firemen

Board of Directors Marilyn Schnittjer, Cindy Vorwald, Jerry Burke, Jill Buschman, Jim Fisher, Glen Puffett, Jackie Johnson, Natalie Ross and Larry Gritton

Del Co Historical Society Windows and Doors for Gym


your future. your foundation. Looking toward the future, Dyersville Area Community Foundation board members and donors are making plans to support Imagine 20/20 projects. Over the past several years, the Dyersville Area Community Foundation has served as the financial underwriter for Kid Project Community Childcare Center, successfully launching the agency which now serves more than 100 children and families from the area. Last year grants from its endowment supported projects in Petersburg, Luxemburg and Dyersville. Imagine 20/20 is a community visioning process involving citizens, businesses and organizations. In early 2009, the community conversation will result in a collection of ideas to grow the community. Ideas are just the beginning. Gifts to the DACF will serve to launch new projects like Kid Project in the days to come.

GRANT RECIPIENTS City of Dyersville Commercial Club Park Improvements City of Luxemburg Cement Basketball Court Hennessy School in Petersburg Playground Improvements

Board of Directors Karla Thompson, Lynne White, Carmen Krantz, Dave Schroeder, Tim Pins, Sharon Gudenkauf, Mary Ungs-Sogaard, Mike English, Lisa Maiers, RoseMarie Hermsen, Jim Heavens, Bill Posey and Ted Deacon

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future‌ The future of Dyersville Area communities is made brighter through the gifts of time and treasure of volunteer board members and donors.

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your trust. your foundation. BALANCE SHEET (JUNE 30, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, AND 2004) ASSETS

2008

Cash

$

161,039

$

84,216

$

50,427

$

60,200

Investments

$

13,859,265

$

11,555,655

$

6,678,112

$

3,521,106

Receivables

$

1,460,717

$

1,158,412

$

880,332

$

969,884

$

Other Assets

$

98,600

$

67,449

$

56,415

$

42,684

$

TOTAL ASSETS

2007

2006

2005

2004 $

112,083

$ 1,864,918

498,400 23,251

$ 15,579,621

$ 12,865,732

$ 7,665,286

$ 4,593,874

$ 2,498,652

LIABILITIES Funds Held For Others

$

2,305,123

$

1,402,989

$

1,097,557

$

641,032

$

Amounts Due Under Annuity Agreement

$

151,241

$

251,314

$

167,279

$

142,590

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Accounts Payable, Accrued Expenses

$

118,618

$

91,063

$

40,383

$

8,362

$

3,530

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$

2,574,982

$

1,745,366

$ 1,305,219

$

791,984

$

133,530

$ 11,120,366 $ 12,865,732

$ 6,360,067 $ 7,665,286

$ 3,801,890 $ 4,593,874

NET ASSETS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ 13,004,639 $ 15,579,621

These are not the complete financial statements and related notes to the financial statements of the entity. Copies of the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque audited financial statements and IRS Form 990 are available upon request.

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130,000

$ 2,365,122 $ 2,498,652


your friendship. your foundation. On behalf of the Greater Dubuque area, we would like to express our profound gratitude to you, our generous donors, who we are blessed to know as friends. We would also like to thank the members of the Legacy Society for strengthening our community’s future. All active funds are listed. A symbol (*) indicates a new fund established last fiscal year, and donors listed represent gifts made from July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008. Every effort has been made to ensure that this report is accurate. However, if we have made any errors, please call our office at 563.588.2700 so that we may correct our records. OUR FOUR FOUNDING SUPPORTERS

Diamond Jo Casino American Trust & Savings Bank Dubuque Bank & Trust Medical Associates Clinics & Health Plans

FRIENDS OF THE FOUNDATION FUND

Diamond Jo Casino Dubuque Racing Association Four Mounds Foundation Rommel and Donnelle Fuerste Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, Inc. Greater Twin Cities United Way Independent Insurance Agents of Dubuque Iowa Council of Foundations Iowa State University of Science and Technology The Klauer Foundation William Klauer Mathis Pfohl Foundation Leo and Joy McCarthy Prudential Foundation Dick and Carrie Schmid Pat and Mary Paula Steele Jim and Marita Theisen Sally Von Carlowitz

CFGD COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND

American Trust & Savings Bank Rommel and Donnelle Fuerste Chris and Susan Lundell Dr. Ross and Sally Madden Joy McCarthy John and Mary Beth O’Connor TRICOR Insurance & Financial Services

CFGD OPERATING ENDOWMENT American Trust & Savings Bank Dick and Patricia Friedman Rommel and Donnelle Fuerste Ken and Marian Furst

Charlie and Vicki Glab Leo and Joy McCarthy John and Mary Beth O’Connor Walter and Nancy Pregler Premier Linen and Drycleaning Phillip and Judy Ruppel David Wm. and Jane Rusk Jim and Marita Theisen TRICOR Insurance & Financial Services

ENDOWED DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS

A.Y. McDonald Manufacturing Company Endowment Fund Edward and Patricia Alt Fund Barry and Kathy Bromberg Endowment Fund Barry and Kathy Bromberg Cody Family Fund Conlon Corporation Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Glen Links, LLC Tim and Christine Conlon Family Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Tim and Christine Conlon Dave and Liz Cushman Family Endowed Fund Dave and Liz Cushman The Leroy and Colleen Darby Endowed DonorAdvised Fund Leroy and Colleen Darby Virgil J. and Norma M. Denlinger Family Foundation Norma Denlinger Michael L. and Sharon G. Finnin Family Fund Michael and Sharon Finnin Tentinger and Franzen Endowment Fund Cyril J. Friedman and Edith R. Friedman Endowment Fund Rommel and Donnelle Fuerste Fund Vicki and Charlie Glab Fund Charlie and Vicki Glab Gruhl Family Endowment Fund Ivan and Kathleen Gruhl Ronald and Judeane Helle Family Endowment Fund Eldon and Marge Herrig Family Fund Herrig Charitable Foundation Steve and Natalee Herrig

Virgil and Carlyn Hunt Family Endowment Fund Marjory Bushaw Gerald and Janita Driscoll Michael and Kathy Gravel Charles Hunt James and Barbara Hunt Kathy Hunt PepsiCo Foundation Sun Microsystems, Inc. Linda and Thomas Troester Kiefer Family Endowment Fund Klauer Manufacturing Company Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Bob and Judy Klauer The Klauer Foundation Klauer Manufacturing William R. Klauer Fund William Klauer Steve and Tracy Launspach Family Endowment Fund Steve and Tracy Launspach Michael and Judy McCoy Family Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Mike and Judy McCoy R.D. McDonald Memorial Fund A.Y. McDonald Manufacturing Co. Morrison Brothers Company Fund John C. O’Connor Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Tim and Christine Conlon Dick and Patricia Friedman Rommel and Donnelle Fuerste Ken and Marian Furst Charlie and Vicki Glab Eldon and Marjorie Herrig Steve and Sue Juergens William Klauer Walter and Nancy Pregler Phillip and Judy Ruppel David Wm. and Jane Rusk Brian and Linda Southwood Jim and Marita Theisen Ken and Bernadine Townsend Nancy Van Milligen

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your friendship. your foundation. Open Eyes Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Chuck Isenhart Jim and Nancy Rhomberg Endowed DonorAdvised Fund James and Nancy Rhomberg Phillip and Judy Ruppel Endowed Donor-Advised Fund The Ruppel Family Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Phil and Judy Ruppel Jack and Mantea Schmid Family Endowment Fund Sirk Family Foundation Snyder Foundation Fund Paul and Claudette Benz Dr. John P. Kramer Dr. James G. Snyder A.J. Spiegel Endowment Fund Theisen Home – Farm – Auto Community Endowment Jim and Carol Townsend Endowment Fund Jim and Carol Townsend Weber Family Donor-Advised Endowment Fund Dr. Charles Weber Wertzberger Family Endowment Fund Heidi Aird Harold and Marie Appelquist Franklin and Gloria Becker Beltrame Raymond and Jeanne Beringer Michael and Suzanne Blouin John and Alice Butler Edwin and Mary Pat Castaneda Charlson & Wilson Creighton Prep High School Counseling Center Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce Dubuque Screw Products Don Frazer Terry and Paula Friedman Eldon and Marjorie Herrig Walter Hodge Mark and Patricia Johannsen Genevieve Kiefer Michael and Mary Ann Koch Dan Kruse and Kate Malone Joy McCarthy Ruth McEllhiney Howard and Dorothy McLean Bruce Meriwether Mark and Maureen Molo John and Mary Beth O’Connor Del and Mary O’Hea Oracle Corporation Robert Osterhaus Clark and Sharon Payne Sheryl Readout R.Q. and M.C. Richards Phillip and Judy Ruppel Loras and Joanne Sabers James A. and Mary S. Schmid Family Charitable Trust Barbara Schmitz Douglas and Joan Schrum Jim and Marita Theisen Jack and Mary Thompson Ken and Bernadine Townsend

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Thomas Trausch Tim and Diane Weitzel Gregory and Marci Wertzberger Michael and Mary Wertzberger Daniel and Bede Willenbring Scott and Marie Zartman Kent and Laura Wielage Endowment Fund Kent and Laura Wielage

DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS

Altare Dei Fund Dave and Liz Cushman Family Fund Dave and Liz Cushman Ivan and Kathleen Gruhl Fund Lehman Brothers Ivan Paul Gruhl II Fund Jacqueline Sara Gruhl Fund John Charles Gruhl Fund Marcus Ivan Gruhl Mediacom Foundation Donor-Advised Fund Mediacom Samuel Peter Gruhl Fund Douglas and Karen Horstman Fund Doug and Karen Horstmann Bruce and Jeanne Lauritsen Fund Rad and Toni Darby Thomas and Patricia Holloran Ronald and Carla Klosterman Steve and Tracy Launspach Bruce and Jeanne Lauritsen Randy and Cathy Lengeling Levin Entertainment Company Christopher Lowell Enterprises, LLC Norcal Furniture Sales Ronald and Susan Peterson Schnadig Stanley Furniture Company Allan and Mary Thoms Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Make a Difference Fund Jim and Catherine Giese Mid-Town Marina Ice Golf Classic Karen Schmid Jim and Marita Theisen Leo and Joy McCarthy Donor-Advised Fund Martin and Nancy McNamer Family Fund Martin and Nancy McNamer Memorare Fund Kelly Hardie Tony Hardie Ben and Courtney Johnson Morrison Brothers Private Foundation National Guard Family Support Fund America’s River Soccer Classic Open Eyes Non-Endowed Donor-Advised Fund Chuck Isenhart Ann M. Rhomberg Donor-Advised Fund Ann Rhomberg John and Bette Schmid Donor-Advised Fund John and Joan Schoen Fund Dr. Andy and M.J. Smith Donor-Advised Fund Dr. Andy and M.J. Smith

Swaziland Donor-Advised Fund Theisen Inc Fund Beckman High School Jim and Marita Theisen Ken and Bernadine Townsend Fund

ENDOWED DESIGNATED FUND

American Cancer Society Iowa Hope Lodge Margaret Casper Ronald and Carla Klosterman Peg Law John and Mary Beth O’Connor Ed and Shirley Babka Family Fund Ed and Shirley Babka Dan Barton Family Endowment for Northeast Iowa Community College Butler Family Fund for the Dubuque Museum of Art Butler Family Endowment Fund for the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra John and Alice Butler Colts Youth Organization Endowment Fund Colts Youth Organization Betty McKay Darryl and Terry Mozena Sidney Scott Jim and Marita Theisen Crescent Community Health Center Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Paul and Judy Brandt Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Lynn and Kathryn Fuller Chris and Susan Lundell Betty McKay John and Mary Beth O’Connor Sue Rhomberg Christine Schmid Dr. Douglas Schmid John Jr. and Mantea Schmid Julie Schmid Ann Straub Jim and Marita Theisen Mike and Nancy Van Milligen Rich and Sue Whitty Dubuque County Right to Life Endowment Fund Jim and Catherine Giese Arnold and Joyce Honkamp Dubuque Rescue Mission Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt American Trust & Savings Bank A.Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. Charitable Foundation John and Suzanne Bailey Thomas and Margaret Benda Britt Foundation Robert and Loreen Callahan Joe Carew Keith Cook Dupaco Community Credit Union Executive Management and Real Estate LTD Larry and Renee Friedman Jim and Catherine Giese Charlie and Vicki Glab Duncan Glab


Mary Grace Joseph Graham Daryl and Twila Griffith Mathias and Shirley Hansen Dennis and Diane Hartogh Eldon and Marjorie Herrig Steve and Natalee Herrig Lavern and Margaret Hingtgen Dr. Thomas M. and Julie Johnson James and Nancy Klauer Robert Klawitter Sharon Kress Steve or Cheryl Larson James and Susan Lindsay Chris and Susan Lundell Leo and Rosemary Mallie Joy McCarthy Arnold and Sandra McDowell Betty McKay Dick and Mary McKay Mid-Town Marina Robin and Terri Nichols Bob and Mellita Pommerich John Rolling Dorothy Scheckel James A. and Mary S. Schmid Family Charitable Trust William Schmid Jim and Marita Theisen Rich and Sue Whitty Woodward Communications, Inc Woodward Foundation Every Child | Every Promise Endowment Fund Jim and Marita Theisen Four Mounds Foundation Endowment Fund John and Laurie Allen Peter and Cynthia Alt Charlie and Vicki Glab James and Susan Lindsay Betty McKay James and Laura Mulgrew Joe and Teri Zuccaro James P. Jean E. Gantz Family Holy Ghost Parish Endowment Fund Grand Opera House Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Paul and Janet Hemmer Sue Wheaton James and Susan Lindsay Betty McKay Darryl and Terry Mozena Eldon and Marge Herrig Fund for Catholic Charities Eldon and Marjorie Herrig Eldon and Marge Herrig Fund for St. Columbkille Herrig Charitable Foundation Hills & Dales Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Jim and Catherine Giese Jim and Marita Theisen Holy Ghost Parish Endowment Fund The Idea League Endowment Fund Jim and Marita Theisen Junior High Rodeo Endowment Fund Jim and Marita Theisen

Friends of the Mines of Spain Peter and Cynthia Alt Funder’s Network Grant Dr. Thomas and Julie Johnson Darryl and Terry Mozena Northeast Iowa Community College Endowment Fund Betty McKay Constance Norby Endowment Fund for Dubuque Nonprofits John and Joyce Oberhausen Fund (Hillcrest Family Services and YMCA) Resurrection’s St. Philomena Endowment Fund John and Diane Hackett Merlin and Jane Kaiser Sharon Kress William and Mary McGeehan Joe Ottavi Rich and Sue Whitty Sherrill Fire Protection Association Endowment Fund Daryl and Twila Griffith St. Vincent de Paul Endowment Fund Jim and Catherine Giese Step by Step Endowment Fund The Tri-State Pregnancy Center Endowment Fund Jim and Catherine Giese Two by Two Animal Campus Endowment Fund Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Charlie and Vicki Glab University of Dubuque Jack Crahan Phillip and Judy Ruppel Kristin Woodward Fund for the National Mississippi River Museum

DESIGNATED FUNDS

Crescent Community Health Center Non-Endowed Fund John Brennan and Regina Voss Brennan Crescent Electric Charitable Foundation Dubuque Key City Rotary Dubuque Rotary Club Foundation McKesson Community Health Fund Chris and Nancy Patrick James A. and Mary S. Schmid Family Charitable Trust Dr. Douglas Schmid Dubuque Initiatives, Inc. Fund Dubuque Initiative, Inc. Every Child | Every Promise Fund Alliant Energy Foundation A.Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. Charitable Foundation Laura and Chad Chandlee Revocable Trust Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Promise to Our Youth Fund Diamond Jo Casino Dubuque Bank & Trust Dubuque Racing Association Kendall Hunt Publishing Loras College Northeast Iowa Community College, Town Clock Center Mike and Nancy Van Milligen Floods of 2008 Assistance Fund Michael Ironside and Julie Steffen

Ernest and Peggy Jackson Ann O’Connor Patrick and Karen Reidy Dennis M. Swenson Homerun For Health (for the Crescent Community Health Center) A.Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. Charitable Foundation Crescent Electric Charitable Foundation Dubuque Bank & Trust The Klauer Foundation Miller Purcell, Inc Morrison Brothers Co. Donor Advised Fund Pinebox, LLLP Steele Capital Management, Inc. The Leo McCarthy Fund Leo A. McCarthy Citizen Leadership Circle Fund Vicki Bechen David and Amy Becker Joe Broderick John Burgart Jim Collins Tom and Joyce Connors Norma Denlinger Kelley Deutmeyer Rick Dickinson Mike Donohue Mark and Cheryl Falb Bob and Marilyn Hoefer Arnold and Joyce Honkamp Doug and Karen Horstmann Mike Finnin Chrysler Jeep Pam Jochum Russell M. Knight and Jocelynn A. Gillette Dick and Mary McKay John and Stephanie Ottavi Chris and Nancy Patrick John and Donna Schmidt Nick Schrup John Tallent Ken and Bernadine Townsend Dan and Amy Unmacht Mike and Nancy Van Milligen Ron and Penelope Wills Richard Young Thomas and Marianne Yunt Rural Heritage Museum Fund Dubuque Stamp Dupaco Community Credit Union Dutrac Community Credit Union Werner Hellmer Ken and Bernadine Townsend Steven Lukan Jim and Marita Theisen YAPPERS Community Foundation of Waterloo/Cedar Falls and Northeast Iowa McKesson Foundation Inc National TTT Society, Iowa Chapter YAPPERS – FEED THE NEED EVENT A.Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. Charitable Foundation Bricktown Brewery John Burgart The Busted Lift

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your friendship. your foundation. Carlos O’Kelly’s Chad and Laura Chandlee Courtside Sports Bar and Grill Creative Touch Gallery DaVinci’s Norma Denlinger Theresa Deutsch Dubuque Racing Association Dubuque Bank & Trust Dubuque Family Restaurant Dubuque Mining Company Dupaco Community Credit Union Eschelman Pottery Mike and Sharon Finnin Fried Green Tomato Restaurant Ground Round Grill & Bar David Harris Hillcrest Family Services Marilyn Hoefer Houlihan’s Restaurant Hy-Vee Food Stores, Inc. Patti Iverson Dr. Ronald and Patricia Iverson John Deere Dubuque Works Kentucky Fried Chicken Bill Klauer Dr. Donna Loewen Dr. Ross and Sally Madden Marco’s Italian and American Foods Mario’s Italian Restaurant McCullough Creative Jenna McGill Sharon Metz Miguel’s Tim and Mary Moothart Chip and Julie Murray Douglas and Michelle Oberhoffer John and Mary Beth O’Connor One Mean Bean Papa John’s Pizza Prudential Financial Quiznos Janet Rhomberg John Robbins Sarah Ross David Wm. and Jane Rusk James A. and Mary S. Schmid Family Charitable Trust Jim and Beth Schrempf Shot Tower Inn Michael and Sandra Skahill Star Restaurant Subway Jim and Marita Theisen Rhonda Thill Jack and Mary Thompson Peter and Heather Tinsman University of Dubuque Mike and Nancy Van Milligen Kim and Judy Wadding Carrie Wieland

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Youth Safe in Schools Fund American Trust & Savings Bank Florence R. Parr Living Trust The Friedman Group, Inc. Charlie and Vicki Glab Marty and Nancy McNamer Family Fund Tim and Kim Kunkel Janet Rhomberg James A. and Mary S. Schmid Family Charitable Trust William Schmid Jim and Marita Theisen

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS

Allan J. Carew Loras College Scholarship Fund Sister Catherine Dunn Clarke College Scholarship Fund Brendan and Jeanne Quann Peggy Furey Crahan Children’s Fund Jack Crahan Patrick M. Crahan Charitable Trust Robert Cronin Loras College Scholarship Fund Rosemary Cronin The Eggerling Endowed Scholarship Fund for Wartburg Seminary Clarence Griep Scholarship Fund Daniel P. and Ann R. Ernst Jeff and Linda Goldsmith Mary Griep Randolph Jennings Maxine Griep International Association of Fire Fighters Jeffrey and Emily Kerssen-Griep James and Susan Lindsay Ted and Dianne Haas Loras College Scholarship Fund Holy Family Catholic Schools Scholarship Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Ronald and Carla Klosterman John and Mary Beth O’Connor Dr. Edmond and Miki O’Neill Klauer Family Wahlert Scholarship Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt John and Cathy Darrah Jim and Catherine Giese Joseph and Marie Kress Endowment Fund for Clarke College Sharon Kress Leo McCarthy Scholarship Fund for Loras College Jill McCarthy Lauren Schmidt Memorial Scholarship for Nursing Raymond Barry Scott and Lisa Davidson Valerie V. Davidson Frank and Vi Gute Kyle and Barbara Hardesty James and Patricia Montroy Loretta A. Parimuha Lisa M. Pence Rousselot, Inc. Greg and Beth Schmidt William and Kathleen Schmidt United Scrap and Recycling, LLC The Charles M. Weepie Loras College Scholarship Fund

Ron and Penny Wills Scholarship Fund Ron and Penelope Wills

ENDOWED AGENCY FUNDS Albrecht Acres Foundation Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Decker Hilltop Farms, LLC Daryl and Twila Griffith Darryl and Terry Mozena Jamie Barwick Hills & Dales Foundation Jamie Barwick Hills & Dales Foundation Boy Scouts of America, Northeast Iowa Council #178 Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dubuque Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Dan Donovan Family Charitable Fund Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Betty McKay Darryl and Terry Mozena Joe and Teri Zuccaro Camp Courageous Foundation Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Decker Hilltop Farms, LLC Carnegie-Stout Public Library Foundation Peter and Cynthia Alt Tim and Christine Conlon Dr. Thomas and Julie Johnson James and Susan Lindsay Betty McKay Darryl and Terry Mozena Carnegie-Stout Public Library Renovation Endowment Fund Tim and Christine Conlon Clarke College Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Keith Cook Sharon Kress Betty McKay Rich and Sue Whitty Joe and Teri Zuccaro Dubuque Arboretum Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Dubuque Arboretum Daryl and Twila Griffith James and Susan Lindsay Darryl and Terry Mozena Dubuque Community School District Foundation Dubuque Community School District Foundation Operating Fund Dubuque County Historical Society Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Darryl and Terry Mozena Dubuque County Extension/4H Endowment Fund Dubuque Food Pantry Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Jim and Catherine Giese Dr. Thomas and Julie Johnson James and Susan Lindsay


Chris and Susan Lundell Betty McKay Rich and Sue Whitty Dubuque Humane Society Endowment Fund Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Jim and Catherine Giese James and Susan Lindsay McGraw Hill Companies John and Mary Beth O’Connor Chris Schiesl Dubuque Museum of Art Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Charlie and Vicki Glab Ed and Sharon Hannon Dr. Thomas M. and Julie Johnson James and Susan Lindsay Betty McKay Darryl and Terry Mozena John and Mary Beth O’Connor Ken and Bernadine Townsend Dubuque Symphony Orchestra Endowed Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Paul and Judy Brandt Keith Cook Nan Corken Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Charlie and Vicki Glab James and Susan Lindsay Betty McKay Darryl and Terry Mozena Phillip and Judy Ruppel Donald Sanders John Jr. and Mantea Schmid Finley Health Foundation Permanent Endowment Fund Paul and Judy Brandt Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Ronald and Carla Klosterman Donald Sanders First Congregational United Church of Christ Endowment Fund Ken and Nancy Bickel Phillip and Judy Ruppel Girl Scout Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Hillcrest Family Services Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Frank R. Brownell III Daryl and Twila Griffith Wesley Huisinga Dr. Thomas and Julie Johnson James and Susan Lindsay Betty McKay Phillip and Judy Ruppel Stephanie Savage Sidney Scott Rich and Sue Whitty Hospice of Dubuque Foundation John and Laurie Allen Paul and Judy Brandt Jim and Catherine Giese

Mark and Julie Hermann James and Susan Lindsay Chris and Susan Lundell Jim and Marita Theisen Rich and Sue Whitty Loras College Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Charlie and Vicki Glab Eldon and Marjorie Herrig Chuck Isenhart Ronald and Carla Klosterman William and Mary McGeehan Betty McKay Dr. Edmond and Miki O’Neill Rich and Sue Whitty Joe and Teri Zuccaro Luther Manor Endowment Fund Luther Manor Maria House Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Sr. Joanne M. Burrows S.C. Thomas and Joyce Connors Larry and Helen Cremer Dan Donovan Family Charitable Fund Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Terry and Paula Friedman Chris and Susan Lundell Betty McKay Art Roche Sisters of St. Francis Sisters of the Presentation of the B.V.M. Jim and Marita Theisen Patrick and Carol Walsh Rich and Sue Whitty Medical Associates Endowment Fund Mercy Medical Center Endowment Fund Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Rich and Sue Whitty Mercy Dyersville Health Foundation Northeast Iowa School of Music Endowment Fund John and Laurie Allen Sidney Scott Project Concern Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Jack Crahan Darryl and Terry Mozena Riverview Center for Sexual Assault Center Endowment Fund Rich and Sue Whitty St. Mark Community Center Endowment Fund Peter and Cynthia Alt Paul and Judy Brandt James and Susan Lindsay Betty McKay Mid-Town Marina Ice Golf Classic St. Mark Community Center Sidney Scott Jim and Marita Theisen Rich and Sue Whitty Seton Catholic School Endowment Fund

Sherrill Fire Protection Association Non-Endowed Fund Sherrill Fire Protection Association Stonehill Benevolent Foundation Jack Crahan Dr. Thomas and Judith Edmonds Jim and Catherine Giese Betty McKay Rich and Sue Whitty VSA Arts of Dubuque Very Special Arts Wartburg Seminary Endowment Fund David and Rita R. Dudley Westminster Presbyterian Church Foundation Endowment Fund Ed and Sharon Hannon Dr. Ross and Sally Madden

FIELD OF INTEREST FUNDS

Jeanne Adams Golinvaux Fund for Volunteerism Marsha Adams Bish & Frannie Cismoski Foundation Charlie and Vicki Glab Lisa M. Landgraf Joe Bitter Memorial Endowment Fund for Youth in Sports Michael and Mary Pat Ament Zachary and Molly Ament Randy and Deb Bakken Anna Bauman Francois Steve and Deb Becker Wade Becker Mark and Jodi Beringer Herb and Rita Bisping Bitter Law Offices Carol Bitter Ellen Bitter James Bitter Tom and Lisa Bodnar Dan Bondi and Lorri LoGrande Robert and Lucille Brimeyer Thomas and Linda Buelow Steve and Toni Burkholder George and Mary Cayro James and Sherry Cheney Michael and Dorothy Clemens Colin and Leslie Collins John and Denise Cortesi Joe and Kathy Cunningham James and Monica Curoe Dennis H. Meyer Auction & Realty Eldon and Wilma Digman Lester A. Digman Ph.D. Pat Doll Dubuque Bank & Trust Dubuque Board of Realtors Dubuque Soccer Club Charles M. and Sheila Edwards Ron and Judy Ellerie Fred and Nancy Ertl Chuck and Linda Fiegen Greg and Lorie Foley

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your friendship. your foundation. John and Kristin Foley J.D. Follas Elmer Friedman Lynn and Cindy Fuller Ken and Marian Furst Galena County Courthouse Dave and Lisa Gaylor Richard R. Gleason Jay and Marie Gremore Bob, Chris, and Patsy Grutz Mike and Jodi Hagar Ralph and Mary Hagar Alan and Patricia Handler Bob and Sandy Hanley Bob and Beth Hartig Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Haugen Mike Heiring Jason Henkels John and Sally Herrig Ron and Becky Herrig Dr. Kent and Sharon Hillery Doug Hoefer James and Melissa Holz Doug and Karen Horstmann Mark and Brenda Hostager Jerry Ihm Jason and Sara Imhof JDWI Darin Johnson and Pamela Dunlap-Johnson Robert and Ellen Kaplinsky Mark and Peggy Kass Kendrick Family Stacy Kennedy Thomas Kennelly Genevieve Kiefer Jim and Julie Kieffer Ken and Deb Kipper Klauer Manufacturing James and Nancy Klauer Judy Klauer Michael and Michele Kopper Larry and Anne Kretz Nick and Abbey Kurt Jeanne A. Lauritsen Dan and Denise Leibfried Locher and Locher Law Office Dan and Linda Lock Tim and Kim Loeffelholz Steven and Trisha London Jon Marshall Maya Group, LTD Roger and Joyce McCarthy Mike and Barb McKinlay Tom and Janet Menadue Brian and Lisa Meyer Wayne and Jolyn Miller Stanley Milstone and Mary Kennelly Minnesota Organizational Innovations Mississippi Valley Runners Association James and Roslyn Mooney J. A. and J. T. Mourning Robert and Sharon Mueller Helen Nelson

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Robert and Marion Neuwoehner Tony and Angie Noel Rich and Kathy Noonan Gary and Julianne Norby North End Wrecking Ron Oberbroeckling John and Mary Beth O’Connor Opinionlab, Inc Glen Pauly Bill and Donna Sue Peck Bruce and Natalie Peterson Kent and Jennifer Peterson Jeffrey and Tracy Ann Profera Gus and Mary Rose Psihoyos QLogic Corporation Tony and Marla Quinn R. M . Strub Construction Co. Jeff and Gina Reichel William and Mary Rhomberg George and Jeannette Rieder Ron and Carol Riekena Juan and Sandra Rodriguez Tod and Jill Rothenberger Paul and Elaine Schaefer James Schiltz Melanie S. Schimmer James A. and Mary S. Schmid Family Charitable Trust Joel and Cathy Schneider Jim and Ann Schueller Kathryn K. Shafer Ken and Carole Snodgrass Richard and Nicole Soer Mary Streff Paul and June Strueber Sullivan Income Properties Joleen Tillapaugh Russell and Abbie Timmerman Kelly Ungs George and Joyce Vallet Chris Vogel and Lisa Brown Jeff and Ann Wachter Bob and Anita Wagner Mark and MaryBeth Wagner Paul Wagner Robbie and Cindi Wagner Bob and Donna Wahlert Randy J. Weber Richard and Susan Weber Warren and Dorothy Wick Eugene and Jacqueline Winders Spot and Shelly Wittry Thomas and Megan Wuest Bruce and Lauri Zessar Joe and Paula Zwack Meghan Hackett Young Professional Endowment Fund Arthur Family Charitable Fund Jim and Catherine Giese John and Diane Hackett George Ketoff Jr. Frank and Betty Lizzadro Peggy Morse John and Mary Beth O’Connor

Omaha Community Foundation Paul and June Strueber Jim and Marita Theisen Linwood Cemetery Field of Interest Endowment Fund Charlie and Vicki Glab Frank and Robin O’Connor John and Mary Beth O’Connor Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Rudy and Joan Bellmann Rich and Sue Whitty Promise to Our Youth Fund Promise to Our Youth Endowment Fund Rich and Sue Whitty Women’s Giving Circle Fund Sue Balsamo Captain Merry Salon & Spa Inc. Roger and Janet Rhomberg Charitable Fund Bernadine Townsend Women’s Giving Circle Endowment Fund American Trust & Savings Bank Anne Benda Mary Kay Bondy Deb Buol Mary Ellen Carew Christine Chapin-Tilton John and Mary Jo Chapman Tom and Joyce Connors Paula Connors Teresa Fairchild Peggy Gantz Rosemary Gantz Bernadine Geisler Vicki Glab Sharon Grisanti Polly Hauser Katherine Hedstrom Marge Herrig Karen Horstmann Jill Knight Sharon Kress Beth Kundert Sally Madden Amy Manternach Joy McCarthy Miki O’Neill Coleen Persico Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Judy Ruppel Chris Schiesl Jane Steele Cheryl Syke Julia Theisen Carol Townsend Nancy Van Milligen Donna Wahlert Kathleen Weber Kari Weiland Katrina Wilberding Women Connect with Dubuque Bank and Trust Kristin Woodward Karen Zeckser Teri Zuccaro


ENDOWED AFFILIATE FUNDS

Allamakee County Community Foundation (ACCF) Dr. Ray Hermeier Endowed Fund for Waukon Dr. Ray Hermeier Dr. Richard Hermeier Fund for Waukon High School Athletics St. Patrick School Endowment Fund Dubuque Archdiocese Maurice Hart St. Patrick School John and Dorothy Terhune Clayton County Foundation for the Future Inc. (CCFF) Kathy Lake Russell and Juanita Loven Security State Bank Craig and LeAnn Watson Backbone Lake Friends Endowment Fund Darla Kimmerle St. John’s Lutheran Investment Committee CCFF Fund for Entrepreneurship Roger and Connie Halvorson Clayton Ridge Dollars for Scholars Andy and M.J. Smith *Elkader Historical Society, Inc. Endowment Fund *Elkader Opera House Endowment Fund Marjorie Costigan Ewalu Camp and Retreat Center Endowment Fund Harold and Eleanore Blobaum Guttenberg Hospital Endowment Fund Dyersville Area Foundation for the Future, Inc. (DAFFI) Richard and Kathleen Weber Beckman Catholic Schools Endowment Fund Beckman High School J.F. Brennan Co., Inc *Ghost Players Endowment Fund for Baseball History Scherrman’s Implement, Inc. Foundation for the Future of Delaware County (FFDC) Richard and Kay Harris *Edgewood Future Fund Terry and Elise Bergen Scot and Jane Christiansen Arthur and Betty Fudge Randy and Cindy Vorwald F. Day and Donna Welterlen Good Neighbor Home Society Endowment Fund

*Manchester Public Library Endowment Fund Manchester Public Library Maquoketa Valley Dollars for Scholars Endowment Fund Richard and Kay Harris Delores Huber Jurgens Brothers (Rodney Jurgens and Richard Jurgens, Jr.) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lawrence Millenkamp Cattle, Inc. Robert and Ruth Nurre Steve and Sheri Tucker George and Audrey Wall Scott and Brenda Wall Joann Wiggins West Delaware School District Endowment Fund

NON-ENDOWED AFFILIATE FUNDS

Allamakee County Community Foundation (ACCF) Allamakee County Community Foundation Operating Fund *Allamakee County New Beginning Poverty Assistance Fund Greater Des Moines Community Foundation Clayton County Foundation for the Future Inc. (CCFF) Clayton County Foundation for the Future Operating Fund Iowa State University of Science and Technology Royal Oaks Development *Elkader Opera House Non-Endowed Building Fund City of Elkader Opera House Players *Dr. Andy and M.J. Smith Donor-Advised Fund Andy and M.J. Smith Dyersville Area Foundation for the Future, Inc. (DAFFI) *Ghost Players Designated Fund for Baseball History Emmett and Mary Ann Scherrman Foundation for the Future of Delaware County (FFDC) Foundation for the Future of Delaware County Operating Fund *Greater Delaware County Community Foundation Greater Delaware County Community Foundation *Maquoketa Valley Alliance Donor-Advised Fund Maquoketa Valley Alliance

CHARITABLE INSTRUMENT – CHARITABLE LEAD TRUST Leo and Joy McCarthy Charitable Lead Trust

GIFTS IN-KIND

American Trust & Savings Bank Captain Merry Salon & Spa Inc. Conlon Construction Dubuque Bank and Trust Dubuque Racing Association Eide Bailly, LLP Flexsteel Industries Giese Sheet Metal Gronen Restoration Honkamp Krueger & Company, P.C. McCullough Creative McKesson Corportation/Trammell Crow Company McNamer Construction Mediacom O’Connor Brooks and Company, P.C. Pete Lambropoulos Painting RBC Dain Rauscher Reliable Technology Union-Hoermann Press US Bancorp Amy Wickham

GRANTS RECEIVED FROM ORGANIZATIONS

Alliant Energy Foundation – Every Child | Every Promise America’s Promise Alliance – Every Child | Every Promise Community Foundation of Waterloo (Midwest Youth Philanthropy) – Yappers Council On Foundations Dubuque Racing Association – Every Child | Every Promise Dubuque Racing Association Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Liveable Communities Iowa Council of Foundations Iowa State University – Community Vitality Center Iowa State University of Science and Technology Loras College – Every Child | Every Promise McKesson Foundation, Inc. – Yappers Prudential Foundation State of Iowa Treasurer – Ghost Players Endowment Fund for Baseball History State of Iowa Treasurer – Shared Youth Visions Grant

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The Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Board of Directors, staff and affiliates would like to express appreciation to you, the families, individuals and organizations that gave generously of time, dollars and personal experience in a common mission to strengthen the communities we love.

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Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Dubuque Building, Suite 195 700 Locust St., Dubuque, IA 52001 Phone: 563.588.2700 Fax: 563.583.6619 www.dbqfoundation.org NancyVanM@dbqfoundation.org


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