IMPACT 100 of Northwest Florida Announces Membership and Funding Totals
(Ft. Walton Beach, FL . . . May 22, 2018) IMPACT 100 of Northwest Florida announced today that their 2018 membership has grown to 514 women, giving back $514,000 of grant award funding for nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations in Okaloosa and Walton counties.
IMPACT 100 NWF will have (10) ten finalists. Two finalists will be chosen from each of our five focus areas: Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health & Recreation, and Family. In addition to our Finance Committee who thoroughly vets each grant applicant organization, the five grant review committees consist of members that are responsible for review of grant applications and conduct site visits with applicants. Each committee then provides recommendations of finalists to the Board of Directors who in turn approves the ten finalists. At the November 2018 annual meeting, IMPACT 100 NWF members will vote to determine one winner from each focus area, totaling five grant winners who will each receive a grant award of $102,800.
For additional information about IMPACT 100 NWF or to join the organization, please go to www.impactnwf.org. The website provides two educational videos that include an overview of IMPACT 100 NWF and features our grant awardees from 2012 to 2016. The grant award video highlights the successful community outreach and the services provided by the nonprofits grant awardees of Okaloosa and Walton Counties.
IMPACT 100’s mission is to financially support nonprofit organizations in our area by bringing together women philanthropists as members. Every membership dollar goes directly towards the grant award fund. Since 2012, IMPACT 100 NWF will have awarded $2.2 million in funding.
The mission of Impact 100 of Northwest Florida, Inc. is to provide financial support to non-profit organizations in Northwest Florida by empowering women as philanthropists, by bridging the geographic areas of our region, and by leveraging the talents of women to be a positive force for good in our communities.
CONTACT: SUSAN PAGE, IMPACT 100 BOARD OF DIRECTORS