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 $1,035,360 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.
“I love to help people feel that they are seen and heard. In Impact100 SJ, every member gets a voice, and we do so much to support the South Jersey community.” Her mother, Barbara Schwartz, introduced her to Impact100 SJ.
Since launching in 2017, Impact100 South Jersey has raised $1,035,360 for organizations serving Burlington, Camden, Gloucester & Cumberland Counties.
Donna views her decades long commitment to philanthropy as a part of her spirit and responsibility to give back to those less fortunate. Donna approaches everyday with this thought in mind “however you are called upon to serve, serve with grace as your style, gratitude as your attitude and humility as your touchstone.”
Hearing about Impact100 SJ from a friend, Karoline checked out the website and attended an information session and joined shortly thereafter. She joined Impact100 SJ because she loved the mission – women gathering resources together to help the community.
Farmers Against Hunger program, a 2021 Impact100 South Jersey grantee, has been working through a perfect storm of national challenges at the local level. But they have shown up and flexed to meet the demand — thanks in part to Impact100 SJ.
Impact100 South Jersey Nonprofit Outreach Committee Chair Sue Levy-Polikoff arranged a visit from Morning Glori Farmette located in Marlton, NJ for the first ever Alpaca visit.