Keokuk Area Community Foundation and Lee County Youth Services, Inc. Hold 2022 Grant Reception

The Board of Directors of the Keokuk Area Community Foundation (KACF) and Lee County Youth Services, Inc were pleased to announce grants to twenty-five Tri-State Area 501 c (3) exempt nonprofit organizations. Grants were awarded to nonprofit organizations in the fields of arts and culture, community betterment, education, health, and human services in Lee County Iowa, Hancock County Illinois, and Lewis and Clark Counties in Missouri.

Lee County Youth Services, Inc. (LCYS) is an endowment fund of the Keokuk Area Community Foundation that are led by a separate volunteer board of directors from Lee County, Iowa. Every year, Lee County Youth Services, Inc. distributes grants and scholarships to Lee County nonprofit organizations and Southeastern Community College students.  Lee County Youth Services, Inc. are committed to funding programs of social responsibility and community involvement/education for youth.

The Keokuk Area Community Foundation and Lee County Youth Services, Inc. held a Grant Reception on Thursday evening, November 3, 2022, at Meyers Courtyard (629 Blondeau St, Keokuk, IA 52632) in Keokuk from 5:30-6:30p.m. Many nonprofit organizations attended to receive their grants from the Keokuk Area Community Foundation and Lee County Youth Services, Inc. Over $80,000.00 were distributed to local organizations. 

The following nonprofit organizations were awarded grants from the Keokuk Area Community Foundation Grant Endowment Fund: (Organization – Program Grant was awarded for)
 
 
The following nonprofit organizations will be awarded grants from Lee County Youth Services, Inc.:
 

Written by: Leah Jones

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