November Newsletter 2020
On Giving Tuesday thousands of charities, families, businesses, community members and students from around the world come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and charitable giving! Please join Impact 100 in a virtual event to celebrate generosity with our members, guests, and the nonprofit community! Hear from each of our 2020 Grant Recipients as they share their stories! 

Tuesday, December 1st
Noon - 1:00pm
NOVEMBER: A time to give thanks and
look forward to a new year!
 Thank you to all who have assisted with recruitment for 2021. It's not too late to invite your friends to join our amazing group of Impact 100 members!  
Membership Spotlight - Carey Kuznar
Meet Carey Kuznar! Her approach to 2020 is something that we should all embrace.  

Why is the 110% Membership Vital to Impact 100? 
What a year 2020 has been! We hope you are well, and as we approach the end of 2020, we want to give you a look at Impact 100's current financial health. As I'm sure you're aware, the landscape for nonprofits and philanthropic giving has been impacted just as all our lives have been in so many ways: work, school, family, social, recreational, and more. No person, and no organization, including Impact 100, has gone unscathed. We have flexed and changed in ways we couldn't have anticipated. Yet, here we <still> are continuing our work of impactful giving for transformational community projects.  

Join our remaining 2021 LOI Trainings!
It's hard to believe that we're already gearing up for the 2021 grant cycle! There are two more LOI (Letter of Intent) trainings scheduled for November. If you or someone you know are interested in apply for an Impact 100 grant please join us on November 5th and/or November 10th. 

Congratulations to two AMAZING Impact 100 Women!
Two Impact 100 members have been named to the Cincinnati Business Courier’s "Forty Under 40." Impact 100 President Sarah Grace Mohr and Member Kyla Woods were among the 40 recognized this year as “up-and-coming leaders” in Greater Cincinnati. Sarah Grace is the Chief Operating Officer at Mackey, a financial advisory firm for small businesses. Kyla is founder and CEO of Crowd or Camera Communications, a boutique brand messaging and communications consulting firm.

This year marks the 25th year of the Cincinnati Business Courier program. To celebrate the anniversary, this year’s honorees were asked, “What advice would you give your 25-year-old self?” Sarah Grace answered, “Now is the time to explore and not know. Love and trust yourself anyway.” Kyla’s answer was, “It gets greater later. Work hard, give yourself grace and focus on the long game—not just what you want your life to look like this year or next.”

Congratulations to Sarah Grace and Kyla for this well-deserved recognition.

Impact 100 Global Council is interested in your feedback on your Impact 100 Greater Cincinnati membership!
Dates subject to change

November 5: LOI Q&A Session
November 10: Nonprofit Panel
December 1: Giving Tuesday

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