Fall 2015 Awards


November 18, 2015

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bringing total funding since 1991 to $75 Million

The Scott County Regional Authority (SCRA) announced today awards of over $1.5 million for the fall 2015 grant cycle.

Several representatives spoke of the value and impact these awards will have for their organizations:

Sarah Hite, Development Director, The Salvation Army of the Quad Cities – $92,063, Family Service Center Flooring Replacement

Lance Sadlek, Galvin Fine Arts Center Director, St. Ambrose University – $51,380, Allaert Auditorium, Galvin Fine Arts Center Enhancements

Theron Schutte, Superintendent, Bettendorf Community School District – $220,000 ($603,472 total award over three cycles), Reconstruction and Expansion of Tennis/Pickleball Facilities

Tim Schiffer, Executive Director, Figge Art Museum – $18,910, Wireless Infrastructure for Beam Pro Robot for Remote Visits by Homebound Individuals

The Authority received a total of 102 requests for funding totaling $3,034,875.

A total of $1,514,962 was awarded to 59 projects benefiting residents of Scott County.

This brings SCRA funding since 1991 to $75,034,501 for the benefit of people and organizations in our community.

The next grant cycle will be in the spring of 2016 with grant applications available March 1 and due April 1.  The grant application will be available on the SCRA website: www.ScottCountyRegionalAuthority.com.