500 1st Street SE
Local Love was established in 2021 as First MainStreet's Outreach Program. The goal of the program is to support our partner agencies charitable giving efforts and help them give back in their communities.
Charley Brown Community Dare Care Center
"The Charley Brown Community Day Care Center services about 400 children a day between our three centers. The donation from EBA will benefit around 160 children to help offset the cost for transportation for our summer programs. That equals out to about 60 families, 45% of them considered low-income."
- Executive Director of Charley Brown Community Day Care Center
Donated on behalf of Edwards-Brandt & Associates, Mason City, IA
Civilian Conservation Corps & Prisoner of War Recreational Hall Museum
Donated on behalf of Gateway Insurance Services, Iowa Falls, IA
Woodbury Central FFA
Donated on behalf of EGR Insurance, Moville, IA
Charles City Toys for Tots
Donated on behalf of Sisson & Associates, Charles City, IA
Donated on behalf of North Side Insurance, Centerville, IA
Eldora Fire Rescue
"The Ottumwa Fire Department would like to express our sincere thanks for your financial support of our Fire Safety Education Program. Because of your generous support we are able to provide this well-rounded Fire Safety Education Program. Without your help, this could not have been possible."
- Fire Chief
"Thank you for your donation to Sleep in Heavenly Peace! Because of your help, two kids in Ringgold County will have a bed this winter! Our next bed build is in October, and this will ensure we have inventory to get through the cold months. We truly appreciate your support to our cause!"
"We are so honored to see FMSI Brentwood's recent gift to the Nashville Children's Alliance! Your compassion for the children we serve means more than you can imagine. Every day, our team of caring and highly skilled professionals works to provide the highest quality, trauma-informed care to the children of Davidson County who have been abused. Thank you for supporting NCA and providing safety, healing, and justice to these vulnerable children."