Four nonprofit organizations in Southern Indiana learned they were selected as finalists for the $100,000 grant award Impact 100 Southern Indiana will award at the end of September. The funding will be used to support projects that create transformational change for women and children in Clark, Floyd, and Harrison Counties. The four finalists are, in alphabetical order: Habitat for Humanity Clark and Floyd Counties Indiana; Hope Southern Indiana; Providence Self Sufficiency Ministries; and Rauch, Inc.
You can read their Executive Summaries here.
The finalists will each make a seven-minute presentation to the Impact 100 Southern Indiana members at the award dinner on Thursday, September 27 at 5:30 PM at the Grand in downtown New Albany. After the finalists’ presentations, Impact members will vote for their preferred project, and the winner will be announced that evening. The dinner is open to anyone who wishes to purchase a ticket, and the organization invites the local community to attend and support the nonprofits and learn more about their organization.
About Impact 100 Southern Indiana: Impact 100 is an international model that empowers women to dramatically improve lives by collectively funding significant grants that make a lasting impact in our community. The group is comprised of women who want to make a difference by donating $1,000 individually or as a member of a group. Impact 100 Southern Indiana is organized by the Women’s Foundation of Southern Indiana and is a component fund of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana.