Evan's Dream, A Nonprofit Organization


Providing Help, Providing Hope


Evan's Dream, A Nonprofit Organization, was founded on January 28, 2010.  The organization's purposes are to memorialize our friend Evan Gettert, to provide help, and to provide hope.


Our Mission
Evan's Dream works to provide scholarships to college students in the State of Iowa and to provide funding and support for brain cancer research. We currently fund The Evan Gettert '02 Entrepreneurial Scholarship at St. Ambrose University, and the Evan Gettert Entrepreneurial Studies Scholarship at the University of Iowa. 


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Evan's Dream
c/o Andrew J. Hosmanek
308 E. Burlington St. #169
Iowa City, Iowa 52240

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About Evan

Evan Gettert was born in 1979.  He was raised in Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa and graduated from Davenport West High School in 1997.  He attended the University of Iowa, Scott Community College, and St. Ambrose University, where he graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Finance and was a varsity soccer player.  Evan owned and operated a variety of entrepreneurial businesses in the Quad Cities and worked in finance in Chicago.  In 2005, he passed away at the age of 26 after a courageous fight with brain cancer.  Evan was a trusted mentor, employer, and friend to hundreds of people.  We have created this nonprofit to honor his life and further his interests in education and helping others.  To learn more about Evan, see pictures, and read stories written by his friends, please go to http://sites.google.com/site/evangettert/.

St. Ambrose University Scholarship Luncheon 2014 
Phil Armer and Andrew Hosmanek representing
The Evan Gettert '02 Entrepreneurial Scholarship


St. Ambrose University Scholarship Luncheon 2013
Erica Cady, Scholarship Winner, Pam Gettert and Andrew Hosmanek representing
The Evan Gettert '02 Entrepreneurial Scholarship



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