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.
If you’re looking for organizations to support this holiday season, consider fulfilling the wish lists of our grantees. They’ve told us what they want and here it is!
Being a part of a like-minded community of women who are caring, collaborative, and love connecting and “cross pollinating ideas” was an exciting notion. And in 2022 the time was finally right for Hala to become a member.
No stranger to nonprofit and board engagement, Beth is impressed with IMPACT100SJ’s mission of leveraging the power of collective giving and making a significant impact on local non-profits via IMPACT100SJ’s grant-making process. Beth is a longtime “joiner” and, more importantly a “doer”.
Colleen finds inspiration in women who are leaders in their communities. “Just like the Milky Way, we are all single stars working together to create beautiful outcomes collaboratively.”
Family, friendships, philanthropy and charity are essential parts of Paula’s life. Her hope for the future is that more women (especially women of color) join Impact 100, SJ.
Impact100 SJ members had a picture perfect day to experience the beauty of the Pinelands with a hike at the Black Run Preserve in Evesham Township. The hike was led by Carleton Montgomery, Executive Director of the Pinelands Preservation Alliance (PPA), one of our two 2022 $50,000 general operating grantees.