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 Public Schools Foundation, Walton County Habitat for Humanity and COPE Center.

“This isn’t just money, but an expression of hope,” said Michelle Anchors, founding president of the Northwest Florida chapter of IMPACT 100.

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