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.
Join Impact100 South Jersey members and grantees on October 11th at 6 PM at the RiverWinds Community Center, 1000 Riverwinds Drive, West Deptford to learn about the organizations we have supported, their programs, and how you can be involved as a volunteer, mentor, or board member.
As a civic minded and compassionate person, serving the community in some way has always been central in Terri’s life. Being a member of Impact100 SJ allows her to continue that in a way that fits her life and her legacy at this point in time.
As we launch into our million dollar year, we’re excited to have been featured on KYW Newsradio 103.9. Community Impact Report Racquel Williams spoke to Leadership Council Member Kate Williamson about the value our members and our mission bring to our local nonprofit community.
As a great admirer of philanthropists like Melinda Gates, who is able to affect meaningful change, Kruti feels empowered by the ability to make impactful grants through her Impact100 membership contribution.
The group recently announced awards of $100,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Cumberland County and two $50,000 grants to the Pinelands Preservation Alliance and the Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge. Total awards from Impact100 South Jersey, have now topped more than $800,000 since the organization’s start in 2017, putting it on track to award more than $1 million by the end of next year.