April Newsletter 2020
President’s Message:
To Our Members During this Time of Uncertainty
I hope this note finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. The COVID-19 pandemic is truly novel, and continues to impact our lives, our communities, and our nation in ways none of us could have ever imagined.

I wanted to take a moment to send another update about Impact 100 and share with you some of the decisions we have recently made, and also some assurance that we are focused on our mission to empower each other, the nonprofits we serve, and our community during this time of crisis.

Join us at a Member's Town Hall to Share Your Voice
The Impact 100 Board of Directors has been working diligently to figure out what Impact 100 is called to due in this time or crisis and what we are uniquely positioned to do during this time of crisis. Members, please join us to share your perspective.

Impact 100 Receives the Philanos' 2020 Spotlight Award
Philanos, the national network of women’s collective giving grantmaking organizations, held its 2020 conference in Seattle, WA from February 23-25. At the conference, Impact 100 received the Spotlight Award for their transformational, high impact grant to May We Help. This grant enabled greater inclusion and equity for thousands of people with disabilities, dramatically changing their lives and radiating profound benefits for their families, supporters and communities.

Nonprofit Partner Responses to COVID-19
A few of our fantastic board members took it upon themselves to reach out to every one of Impact 100’s nonprofit partners (any nonprofit awarded a grant in the last 3 years) to create as comprehensive a list as possible of responses our partners are taking in the wake of this crisis.

There is STILL Time to Join a Committee!
We've pushed the start of our grant review process to the week of April 13th (and they'll be held virtually!) Any active Impact 100 member can join a Focus Area Committee. It's not too late to join!!

Our Greater Cincinnati COVID-19 Local Rapid Response Funds
One of our core values is to provide philanthropic education to our members. We would be remiss in delivering on our values if we did not update our members on resources & responses to the COVID-19 pandemic within our community.

Jenny Berg & Emily Schmidt:
Member(s) Spotlight
Want to know more about our dynamic mother/daughter Board of Directors duo, Jenny Berg & Emily Schmidt? 

Recruitment, Really!
Impact 100 offers its members a sense of community during this time of social distancing. Though we are occupied with important life matters, the recruiting team is thinking of you and look forward, when normalcy returns, to growing our Impact 100 membership with your help.

Wave Pool Update!
" This grant has been a true catalyst for our organization. People we talk with have a much higher regard for our organization and are genuinely excited and hopeful for The Welcome Project and Camp Washington as a whole". 
- Cal Cullen - Executive Director

2018 Grant Recipient: Wave Pool
The Welcome Project.

The Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Young Philanthropist Application is EXTENDED!!!
Did you know we have the Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Young Philanthropist Scholarship Program ? We do and we would love your help recruiting potential Young Philanthropists! Applications and details are  available online now until May 31st.
 
If you know someone who might be interested please send details to membership@impact100.org  so that we can send them a personal invitation.

Young Philanthropist
SAVE THE DATES
Dates subject to change

TBD: Meet the Finalists
September 10, 2020:  Annual Awards Celebration
December 1, 2020:  Giving Tuesday


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