Coralville Community Endowment Fund

About the Coralville Community Fund

The Coralville Community Fund was launched in 2006 to build, invest, and distribute funds for local nonprofit projects that impact Coralville residents.  By pooling the resources of many individual gifts and building an endowment fund, the Coralville Community Fund will support a broad range of existing and future charitable projects in the community forever.

Historic Grants

2022

  • ChildServe
    • Coralville Autism Program Resources
  • Coralville Community Food Pantry
    • “More than a Pantry” Building Campaign
  • Families Helping Families of Iowa
    • Program Support for Coralville Children in Foster Care
  • Houses Into Homes
    • Delivery Day Resources
  • Johnson County Historical Society
    • Ceiling Repair & Light Fixture Installation – 1876 Coralville Schoolhouse
  • No Foot Too Small
    • Moms & Dads Groups
  • The Iowa Children’s Museum
    • Food for the Body, Mind, & Soul
  • TRAIL of Johnson County
    • Promoting Senior Safety

2021

  • Coralville Community Food Pantry
    • “More than a Pantry” Building Campaign
  • Houses Into Homes
    • Box Truck Purchase
  • Iowa City Community School District
    • Reopening Northwest Jr. High Healthy Kids School Based Health Clinic
  • Iowa City Nordic Club
    • Grooming Equipment Purchase
  • Johnson County Historical Society
    • Blue Top Motel Exhibit
  • Table to Table Food Distribution Network
    • High Value Food Distribution to Coralville Residents
  • The Iowa Children’s Museum
    • Summer Shorts: A Community Play Experience

2020 – Emergency Response Grants

  • Johnson County Historical Society
    • Emergency Operating Support

Coralville Community Fund
representatives are:

Keith Jones – Chairperson
Rex Brandstatter – Vice Chair
David Revier – Treasurer
Terry Kaeding – Secretary
Dan Blum
Molly Horton
Sean Pearl
Deanna Trumbull
John Weihe