Impact 100 Women Make Big Difference in Their Communities

IMPACT 100 of Northwest Florida, Inc. recently announced the dates for their upcoming membership and informational meetings.

 

The group began in 2012 with a simple idea: 100 women give $1,000 each to create a $100,000 grant to meet a community need.

In just four years, the organization has already given $921,000 directly to local non-profits with not one penny of member donations spent on salaries, mailings or overhead of any kind.

All member donations are tax deductible and go directly to non-profits. In addition, all donations stay in Okaloosa and Walton counties.

Since its inception, Impact 100 of Northwest Florida has funded a new building for family visitation in Crestview, new trucks and freezers for Destin Harvest, a veterinary facility for Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge, a pool for the ARC of the Emerald Coast, a new building for Shelter House, purchase of a facility for the Matrix Community Outreach Center in DeFuniak Springs, a new and easily accessible therapy barn for Grace Rides, and a vocational training project for AMIKids.

For more info, visit Impact Northwest Florida or connect with them on Facebook.

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