Health & Wellness
Impact 100 members benefit from supporting our organization as they learn more about our community nonprofit organizations. They gain satisfaction from participating on various committees, including the grant finalist selection teams.
The direct beneficiaries of our annual Impact 100 transformational grants are nonprofit organizations and the people these organizations serve every day. Indirect beneficiaries also include hundreds of various nonprofit agencies whose good works have been reviewed, discussed, and seen first-hand by Impact 100 members. Members lead the annual grant review process. Many of these worthy organizations have received other grants or funding as a direct result of the exposure and experience gained through their grant application to Impact 100.
Of course, the beneficiary of Impact 100 is the community as a whole. What began in 2001 as an idea in the mind of its founder, Wendy Steele, has become a viable, sustainable, valuable and effective organization that continues to carry on the mission that women began long ago –promoting human welfare through the caring actions of people working together toward a common goal.