Your contributions will be combined with over 100 women and be awarded to organizations serving Burlington, Camden, Gloucester & Cumberland Counties.
Since 2018, Impact100 South Jersey has collectively raised more than $826,000 to contribute to organizations serving our region.
At least 100 women contribute and vote to determine which South Jersey organizations receive $100k grants.
Our Membership Information Sessions are in-person (if possible) and virtual this year to ensure the health and safety of anyone interested in learning more about South Jersey’s growing women’s collective giving group.
Stay up to date on grant information sessions, funding guidelines and application deadlines.
Sponsoring Impact100 South Jersey is a great way to support a unique and impactful local women’s initiative.
Mindy finds the growth and transition of what Impact100 SJ is today so rewarding. She is proud to be a part of a collective group of 200 awesome women who have banded together to do some amazing things.
What Elyse loves about Impact100 is the opportunity to learn about nonprofits organically, especially as she begins to serve on various committees. She sees firsthand the great job Impact100 does of vetting the grantees to ensure that the funds are going to something worthwhile.
Barbara heard that a friend was starting up this women’s giving group and thought “what a bright idea of pooling your money.”
When Sarah was board president of the Haddonfield Educational Trust, she saw first-hand how hard it is for nonprofits to fundraise every year. “It was that realization that affirmed my commitment to Impact100 SJ.”
In 2018, Impact100SJ awarded our very first grant of $74,000 to Hopeworks ‘N Camden, a Camden-based organization that provides young people ages 17-26 with training in coding, web development and entrepreneurship. Since then, our grant has helped to transform the organization.
After speaking with members, she knew joining and getting involved was the ‘right thing to do’. Her reasons for this were networking, finding other strong and powerful women like herself and getting involved in helping out in her new home of South Jersey.