Spend a Summer Evening With Us!
Meet Impact100 Philadelphia on July 17 at 6pm at Kismet Cowork, Manayunk. This event is especially for prospective members. Non-members, we want to meet you and you can come with or without a member. Members , please invite your friends who want to learn more about YOUR Impact100. You are welcome to come with them. This is an exciting opportunity to hear from our founders, Beth Dahle and Mary Broach. Their idea has blossomed into more than $3.1 million in support of local nonprofits. Please RSVP HERE.
  • Jul. 17 - Meet Learn Connect, 6-8pm at Kismet Manayunk, 4230 Main Street, Philadelphia. Open to all, designed especially for prospective members.
  • Aug. 8 - Save the Date for Happy Hour with Philanthropy Network, 5pm in West Philadelphia.
  • Sept. 10 - Save the Date for Membership Kickoff, 7pm in Philadelphia.
Annual Meeting Recap
Impact100 Philadelphia was thrilled to welcome hundreds of members, friends, and guests at our eleventh Annual Meeting on June 3. We enjoyed reconnecting with 2017 and 2018 grant recipients and were delighted to hear from our “Class of 2019” Focus Area Committee finalists: Musicopia, Education Law Center, Neighborhood Gardens Trust, Youth Sentencing and Reentry Project, and Prevention Point Philadelphia.

Click HERE to hear more from our 2019 Grantees.
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Farewell to Five Board Members
Photo: 2018-19 Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting

When women join Impact100 Philadelphia, we are told the organization is “guilt-free”. Although it is great to see volunteer events, site visits, meetups, and educational activities jammed packed, members are encouraged to participate only as much as their schedules and individual interests permit.

Some members assume leadership positions on Impact100 Philadelphia’s Board of Directors. Our organization is completely managed by this working board. Although we are grateful for support provided by our part-time administrator, Cari Sundermeier, each member of our board truly functions as “chief cook and bottle washer:" developing strategies, planning events, recruiting members, coordinating communications among our members, nonprofits, and the Philadelphia community and much more.

The end of our eleventh grant cycle also marks the end of board service for five remarkable women. Click HERE to read about each of their contributions to the success of Impact100 Philadelphia.