Your contributions will be combined with over 100 women and be awarded to local organizations.
Since 2018, Impact100 South Jersey has awarded $229,000 to organizations serving our region.
At least 100 women contribute and vote to determine which South Jersey organizations receive $100k grants.
Member Info Sessions are now underway. Find out where and when you can learn about this innovative way South Jersey women are joining forces and making transformative change.
Stay up to date on grant information sessions, funding guidelines and application deadlines.
On June 10 at 6 PM, pour a glass of your favorite beverage, settle in front of your preferred digital viewing device and join South Jersey’s generous and engaged women as we unveil which nonprofit will receive a $100k core mission grant.
Kelly is one of the 5 Impact100 SJ members sponsored by Alloy Silverstein. She is on the financial frontlines supporting accounting clients whose businesses are struggling as a result of COVID-19.
Elena Piperno knew she was interested in joining Impact100 after reading about it on social media and recognizing some faces. She was intrigued by the idea of women contributing equally to generate high impact grants to local non-profit organizations.
Dawn, the Exec Director of the Vineland Chamber of Commerce, was introduced to Impact100 in 2019 as part of the team that applied for the $100k grant awarded to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland and Salem Counties. The grant has made a big difference for BBBS during the COVID-19 crisis.
As Director of Philanthropic Gifts at Camden-based Volunteers of America Delaware Valley (VOADV), Emma knows firsthand how one gift or donation, no matter the size, can profoundly impact a person’s life.