Impact 100 Redwood Circle has awarded $5,000 to five local nonprofits in support of the outstanding programs they provide to our community. Here are the 2017 community grants recipients.
- ARTSTART will offer art classes as a shared experience for foster children and their Court Appointed Special Advocates (artstart.us).
- CERES COMMUNITY PROJECT will complete the installation of a 1/3 acre vegetable garden at the SAY Dream Center in Santa Rosa (ceresproject.org).
- CLEAN RIVER ALLIANCE will expand its program to teach homeless people clean camping skills and trash removal, while keeping the Russian River clean (cleanriveralliance.org).
- THE LIVING ROOM will provide 600 food-to-go meals, and simple cooking classes, to homeless women and children in Sonoma County (thelivingroomsc.org).
- PDI SURGERY CENTER will distribute 3,460 oral health kits, and essential information about dental care and services, to low-income families in Sonoma County (www.pdisurgerycenter.org).
“The power of Impact100 RC is connecting women who want to make a difference to these amazing non-profits to help them fund their missions,” said Melissa Kelley, co-founder of Impact100 RC. To date, the two-year-old organization has awarded $250,000 to local non-profits including two $100,000 Impact grants and 10 $5,000 community grants.