After the grant applications were reviewed and site visits conducted, Finalists recorded their messages and members cast their ballots. Then on September 8, the Grant Recipients were announced at the Annual Awards Celebration. Each Recipient received a grant of $103,750.
This project will relocate and renovate the Trauma Recovery Center to provide crisis intervention to trauma victims in a dedicated facility – providing a private, safe, and family-like environment along with increased care services and emergency shelter for trauma victims.
This project will provide an after-school intensive program of FREE music education with an emphasis on jazz and performance opportunities in partnership with Cincinnati Public Schools, adding ~100+ new racially and economically diverse students to the program.
This project will expand the Community Navigator Program to serve an additional 100 families, creating opportunities for refugees to thrive through native language support and connections to existing resources – tailoring support to each unique refugee family.
Breakthrough Cincinnati funding the project “Access for All: Breakthrough Cincinnati Advances Equity in Education.”
This project will provide onsite summer programming to serve ~ 160 middle school students in partnership with the North College Hill Schools to help close the achievement gap, provide ongoing mentorship and increase future enrollments in college.
On behalf of all our members, we’d like to congratulate this year’s Grant Recipients and thank them for their creativity, their hard work, and all they do for our community. We can’t wait to see what they do with these transformative grants.
After the grants were announced, Impact 100 celebrated hitting the $6 million dollar milestone. That’s right – over $6 million dollars invested in our community with the help of over 50 nonprofit partners. What an amazing way to celebrate our 20th Anniversary!!
We look forward to the next 20 years of working together to transform our community.