Impact 100 Palm Beach County Kicks Off Grant Season for 2020-2021

Does your favorite nonprofit group sponsor worthy projects in southern Palm Beach County? Here’s a way you can help them do even more to support the community.

Impact 100 Palm Beach County is kicking off its grant season for 2020-2021. Several local charities can qualify for funding to support even more high-impact, worthwhile projects in the area! Please let your favorite nonprofit know about this opportunity before the October 24 application deadline.

What is it? Impact 100 Palm Beach County is a group of philanthropic women who join together to award multiple $100,000 grants to local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations to allow them to launch or expand high-impact initiatives or programs in southern Palm Beach County, Florida. Last year the group gave out over $500,000 in grants.

How do non-profit groups apply? If you are involved with a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Palm Beach County, please encourage them to learn more about how to apply for a grant from Impact 100 PBC by visiting their website. Impact 100 PBC is accepting Letters of Intent from nonprofit groups until October 24.  Registration and grant eligibility information is available online.

What areas does the group focus on? Impact 100 Palm Beach County has five areas of focus. Grants will be offered in the following areas:
Arts, Culture, and Historic Preservation
Environment and Animal Welfare
Health and Wellness

How can I learn more about donating, volunteering, or applying for grants?
Visit the website at I’ve been a member for several years and am looking forward to helping out with the grant review process this year! We know that due to COVID-19, our community is more needy than ever. This is a perfect way to help out and make an impact.

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