2017 Community Grants Announced

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.

  1. ARTSTART will offer art classes as a shared experience for foster children and their Court Appointed Special Advocates (artstart.us).
  2. CERES COMMUNITY PROJECT will complete the installation of a 1/3 acre vegetable garden at the SAY Dream Center in Santa Rosa (ceresproject.org).
  3. 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).
  4. THE LIVING ROOM will provide 600 food-to-go meals, and simple cooking classes, to homeless women and children in Sonoma County (thelivingroomsc.org).
  5. 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.

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  1. Hi There – I am the Executive Director of the Family Justice Center Sonoma County. I am interested in applying to Impact 100 Redwood Circle for grant funding. Can you tell me how to go about getting invited to submit a LOI?

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