The Owensboro Messenger/Inquirer had a fabulous article about the winners of the 2022 Impact100 grants in their October 28, 2022 issue:
The Daniel Pitino Shelter and Habitat for Humanity Owensboro-Daviess County each won grants of $100,000 from Impact100 at its annual meeting Thursday at the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum.
Dream Riders of Kentucky and Sleep in Heavenly Peace Inc. each won grants of $29,500.
Aubrey’s Song Foundation for Eating Disorders received a $9,200 grant from NexGen, the younger women.
This year, Impact100 had 291 women who gave either $1,000 or $500 toward the grants. Jodi Krahwinkel, Impact 100’s president, said through the years the organization has raised $3.89 million for nonprofits. “That is progress for everybody,” she said. “We’re changing the trajectory for four organizations tonight.”
Read the full article here: Messenger-Inquirer: Impact100 Awards 5 Grants