Alliant Energy Foundation
The Alliant Energy Foundation was formed in order to help improve the quality of life - now and in the future - in the communities where Alliant Energy has a presence. They work to help improve the quality of life by giving back to the communities they serve in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. They have committed time and resources to help make these communities better places to live and work. Since its start in 1998, the Alliant Energy Foundation has contributed more than $40 million to projects and organizations through a variety of programs and worthwhile initiatives.
Young House Family Services received a generous $2,800 grant from the Alliant Energy Foundation's Community Grant Program. This grant will go to our IMPACT Program to purchase food bundles through the Share Iowa program and will be directly used to help children and families we serve!
Click on the Alliant Energy Foundation's logo below to learn more about their charitable programs in the communities they serve, ranging from critical grant support to non-profit groups like Young House Family Services to scholarship assistance for young adults in pursuit of their future goals.
Southeast Iowa Parrot Head Club
On Wednesday, October 21st Young House Family Services received a check in the amount of $12,000 from the Southeast Iowa Parrot Head Club. Young House was selected as the recipient of the funds raised during the Parrot Head Club's annual Woodphlock event that took place on July 18th, 2015. Young House Family Services would like to thank the Southeast Iowa Parrot Head Club and the volunteers for all of their hard work and dedication. We would also like to extend our appreciation to all the community members who attended this successful event and helped support YHFS. These funds will directly benefit the children and families of our community who struggle on a daily basis to meet their basic needs.
William M and Donna J Hoaglin Foundation, Inc
The William M and Donna J Hoaglin Foundation, Inc. of Mt Pleasant, Iowa awarded Christamore Family Treatment Center a generous $17,078 grant for much needed facility repairs and improvements.
The Christamore Family Treatment Center provides treatment services for at-risk adolescents and their families. These adolescents have experienced delinquent, behavioral, or emotional problems, which require a structured treatment environment. We have responded to this need by providing multiple treatment services within the same facility. All of these programs are designed to accommodate the needs of both male and female clients ages 11-17.
The facility is located in a rural setting on five acres of land east of Mt. Pleasant and provides a comprehensive level of 24-hour care. There is a structured daily program from 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM. The residential program has bed space for 16 residents. Residents attend school on-campus, and the educational program will accommodate clients with special educational needs. Psychiatric services, including medication management, are provided on-site. All other medical needs are met through service providers within the community.
The William M and Donna J Hoaglin Foundation, Inc. of Mt Pleasant, Iowa gives primarily to promote the literary and educational welfare of people in Henry and Van Buren counties, Iowa.
400 S. Broadway Street
Burlington, IA 52601
phone (319) 752-4000