Impact 100 Offers New Badge for $100,000 Grantees
To honor the accomplishments of eleven nonprofits that have received $100,000 from Impact 100, we created a new badge that could be called a “stamp of approval” by the women who collectively selected these recipients. We hope the eleven nonprofits will proudly display this new Impact 100 grant recipient badge on websites and their collateral marketing material.
Nonprofits receiving an Impact 100 grant have successfully navigated the challenging four-step selection process. Nonprofits start by self-selecting a category to be considered in arts and culture, education, environment, family, or health and wellness. The second step is for the nonprofit to be invited by the committee to submit a full application and financial data. Thirdly, nonprofits are invited for a site visit by the committee. The final step is for the nonprofit again to be invited to tell their story at the lectern and compete for a $100,000 grant or a residual grant.
The eleven winners are: Eskenazi Hospital’s Pecar Health Center, Craine House, Indy Reads, Horizon House, Herron High School, Outreach, Rock Steady Boxing, Outside the Box, Jameson Camp, Tindley Collegiate Academy and Social Health Association. Impact 100 will be contacting these recipients in the next few weeks.
For more information contact Donna Oklak at email@example.com.