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Tama County Community Foundation grant cycle open November 1

The Tama County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa, will begin taking grant applications for the 2015 grant cycle on Saturday, November 1, 2014.  Applications may be found online at http://www.tamaccf.org.  The deadline to apply is midnight on January 15, 2015. A training session will be held on November 1, […]

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Tama County Community Foundation now taking 2014 grant applications

The Tama County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa, would like to announce that applications for the 2014 grants will be available on Friday, November 1, 2013. Applications may be found online at http://www.tamaccf.org.  The deadline to apply is midnight on January 31, 2014.  Potential applicants should note that the […]

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2011 EDIES Story 17 of 24: Taking Care of the Heart of Vining, Tama County’s Smallest Town

The smallest community in Tama County calls itself a family. Often to follow that up with a poverty joke on how the city’s income to manage city affairs is below that of the average American household. But it is a community with heart and a sense of humor. In 2011 they had a special “heart” […]

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Foundation Update: Up to $93K available in county grants. Grant writing workshop, Jan. 28. Grant deadline, March15

Over the past five years the Tama County Community Foundation has invested over half a million dollars into betterment of our community, and leveraged those dollars to bring in millions more. In 2012 our Foundation will once again invest between $86,532.88 and $92,619 into nonprofits, governments and schools serving Tama County with a plan of strengthening our […]

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General Update: Annual Report to the 28E public partners have been completed

Every year, around the time when the cherry blossoms up and down Tama County’s streets start blooming is when we visit with each of the twelve city councils and county supervisors that make up Tama County Economic Development Commission for the annual report. This year we also left a present at each city hall: a […]

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