Community Grant Award Cycle - January 4 - 17, 2020Impact 100 Redwood Circle never slows down. Have you noticed? We just completed our Impact Grant $100,000 award cycle, and the Community Grants award cycle has begun. Community Grant nominations opened on January 4th and members received an eblast with a link to the nominating form. All nominations are due by 5 p.m. on Sunday, January 17th. Don't forget that both our Grant Award processes begin with our Members nominating worthy [...]
Please join the Impact 100 Redwood Circle members for a Spotlight on the Intersection of Business and Philanthropy with Ronit Rubinoff, Executive Director, Legal Aid of Sonoma County January 26, 2020, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm Advance registration is required. Please register here. Ms. Rubinoff has marked her own career course in ensuring access to justice for the most vulnerable – low-income families, single mothers with children, and the elderly. As the Executive Director of Legal Aid of Sonoma County for [...]
In December 2020, Jennifer Girvin delivered the Impact Award check to the elated 4Cs 2020 Award winner for the Impact Grant Committee. They plan to use the Impact Grant Award to expand and create much needed child care services in Sonoma County. Melanie Dodson, Executive Director; Sheila Whipple, Program Director; Tiffani Montgomery, Community Relations Director
2021 Impact 100 Redwood Circle Leadership Team Our Slate of Officers for 2021 was introduced in our November 7, 2020, General Membership ZOOM meeting. The new Leadership team brings back familiar faces and continuity, along with new faces that will energize and invigorate us. Some of our Leadership team have shifted to different roles in our organization, bringing valuable experience to other committees. Please welcome our new Leadership Team and share your thoughts, praise, and ideas with them.
The Impact Grant Committee was pleased to announce the winner of our 2020 $100,000 Impact Grant Award as 4C's. Their Executive Director was overwhelmed with emotion and thankfulness. We were able to bring her into our ZOOM meeting live. Following is an overview of the 4Cs, the child care crisis in Sonoma County, and how they plan to utilize the $100,000 grant. Child Care is an industry in crisis. Before the Tubbs Fire of 2017, there were not enough child [...]