NASHVILLE, Tenn., – Impact100 Nashville, an organization that empowers women to make transformative changes in their community through collaborative philanthropy, announces today it has selected eight nonprofit finalists to compete for $250,000 that will be awarded as two $100,000 grants and two $25,000 grants. The finalists were selected in two different categories, Ending the Cycle and Small and New. The finalists are the following organizations and categories Ending the Cycle: Community Resource Center, Crossroads Campus, Dismas House and Our Place Nashville. Small and New: Backlight Productions, BeWell in School, Homeland Heart Birth & Wellness Collective and Wilson Rides. The grants committee reviewed 29 completed applications to select 13 semifinalists who were invited to participate in an informational session and virtual visit to determine the eight finalists.
Impact100 Nashville members will select the final four grant winners during their Annual Voting Event and Celebration on Thursday, November 3, 2022, from 5:30 p.m. – 8:15 p.m., hosted by corporate partner Studio Bank at their new Franklin headquarters at 1550 W. McEwen Drive. Members and guests may register to attend here.
“We’re thrilled to expand our giving this year to also award newer nonprofits who serve the Middle Tennessee community and whose mission reaches unmet needs in the community with high-impact programs to benefit underserved populations,” says Ginger Duncan, board president, Impact100 Nashville. “We appreciate our members and corporate partner Studio Bank for hosting our in-person Annual Voting Event and Celebration in November to award these funds.”