The Legacy Foundation
Invests to Improve
The Health, Education & Vitality of the Greater Ottumwa Area
What’s new at Ottumwa Legacy Foundation
The Legacy Foundation is pleased to announce awards totaling $135,255 to Cycle 34 Bright Ideas Community Enrichment Fund grant recipients. Recent grant money awarded will help nonprofits improve public safety,
The Legacy Foundation is pleased to announce $10,000 in grants awarded to five local nonprofits to help assist with youth development through our Legacy Youth Alliance. Legacy Youth Alliance is
Since 1987, First Resources has been serving people with disabilities in a sheltered workshop setting. Over the years, they have expanded their services to a wide variety of human service
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Equity & Inclusion
For 10 years, the Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation has been committed to the well-being of the Ottumwa Community and Wapello County. Our mission is to improve health, education and economic vitality for all, regardless of racial identity, cultural identity and language, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, age, physical ability or religious beliefs. We will work closely with other organizations to create an inclusive community that empowers and enables everyone to connect, belong and grow together.