Applications are submitted online. See your Chapter’s Grants page to apply.
No, each organization may submit only one grant application per year and must choose the one Focus Area in which the proposal will be considered.
Yes. You will be able to identify the additional funding sources for your proposal on the form.
No, applicants must plan to expend the full $100,000 grant.
Yes. One of the collaborating organizations must be the “lead organization,” applying on behalf of the collaboration. The lead organization must be willing to take on all the potential rights, responsibilities, restrictions, and liabilities of the grant if it is received.
No, Impact100 seeks proposals that expend grant funds within 24 months.
Impact100 disburses the grant money as a one-time payment or as an installment payment, depending on what they deem to be the most fiscally responsible. A grant applicant may request either type of payment in the application.
No, we cannot provide specific feedback to any applicant. The reason for this is that the committee members that review your grant will change each year. If we were to provide feedback from this year’s site visit team, next year’s site visit team might have a totally different perspective. If you were to make changes based on the opinions of these ladies alone, it might have no relevance whatsoever to a different group of ladies reading and evaluating your grant next year.
You may apply again the following year.
Individual organizations that receive the $100,000 Impact100 grant cannot apply for the following 3 years. Organizations that apply but are not selected as finalists, or are finalists who do not receive the Impact100 grant, may reapply the following year.