The April issue of the Impact 100 Council Newsletter features a message of hope from founder Wendy Steele, recognition of Impact 100 Pensacola Bay Area's record-breaking year, suggestions for engaging Impact 100 members, and ideas for extending your chapter's impact through branded products.
The February 2018 Inspiring Impact newsletter highlights the remarkable IMPACT that our chapters have made in their communities since 2002. In addition, links to the .pdf infographics are available here: Impact_100_Council_2018
On Sept. 20, Impact 100 Ozark, a woman’s philanthropic organization, awarded $48,000 to three area non-profits organizations. Women from across the county pooled their $500 memberships and voted to select one $24,000 grant winner and two $12,000 grant winners, which will have a transformational effect on the receiving organizations and those they serve.
DESTIN — The eight finalists for Impact 100′s grant funding were announced Tuesday at Destin Commons’ Main Plaza. The organization, which is comprised of women who each donate $1,000 as part of their membership, will select four of the eight finalists next month at its annual meeting. The winning charities and nonprofit groups will each [...]
Congratulations to St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities! Impact 100 founder Wendy Steele traveled to New Albany as Impact 100 Southern Indiana awarded their inaugural grant! Read more here...
Local nonprofit Literacy for Life is preparing a new program to make things a little easier for those in the community who most need help; a $50,000 grant courtesy of Impact 100 Greater Peninsula is enabling them to do so more effectively. “We hope the mothers and parents in the program will improve their skills [...]
The Santa Rosa County Creek Indian Tribe will soon be home to a Native American Cultural Center, almost three decades in the making. The cultural center was made possible by two IMPACT 100 grants the tribe received totaling $210,700; it will break ground on August 1, 2017. This Center will serve as a focal point for [...]
The generosity of Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis members will help Volunteers of America of Indiana take another step in combating the dangers of the opioid epidemic. The nonprofit will use the $100,000 grant from Impact 100 to quadruple the families served at the Theodora House, a residential treatment facility for pregnant mothers and mothers of [...]
A common rap on men and philanthropy is that they're apt to operate in hierarchical or ego-driven ways. But that stereotype is overblown, and we're finding more examples of men coming together to give. Source: Yes, Men’s Giving Circles Exist! How Guys Are Stepping Up to Give Locally
LAUREL HILL — Five years and more than a million dollars later, IMPACT 100 of Northwest Florida isn't done making a difference in the community. Sunday afternoon at The Barn at Water Oaks Farm, IMPACT members voted from their list of finalists to grant three deserving nonprofits with $123,000 grants. The winners were Okaloosa County [...]