The organization’s proposal for a program grant must:
- Outline a project or program that targets a specific population for a specific duration and with specific measurable goals to be achieved.
- Provide services in Hamilton, Brown, Adams, Clermont, Butler, Warren, Dearborn, Kenton, Campbell, or Boone counties in Ohio, Eastern Indiana, and Northern Kentucky.
- Use the full amount of Impact 100’s available grant.
- Plan to expend the grant funds within 36 months.
- Be programmatic, capital, start-up, technical assistance, or expansion.
- Choose only one Focus Area (outlined on the right) under which it wishes to be considered. Impact 100 does not provide guidance as to which focus area is appropriate.
The organization’s grant proposal cannot be accepted for:
Endowments, existing operating costs, partisan activities, completed projects, individual churches, indigent care subsidy, travel, loans, or for individuals.
While regranting funds to other non-profit organizations is not permitted, collaborating, partnering, or subcontracting with other non-profit organizations to achieve program goals is welcome.
Our guidelines continue to evolve, and Impact 100 reserves the right to change its criteria at any time. To stay up-to-date on current funding priorities and grant cycles, email NPCoordinator@impact100.org.