March 14, 2023 – Impact 100 Jersey Coast, a volunteer philanthropic women’s organization, today announced it will be providing grant application information via a video series and a virtual information session. Beginning today, nonprofits in Monmouth County can learn more about the grant maker’s eligibility requirements and how to apply for it’s $100K grants to be awarded this year.
These annual grants offer an opportunity for local nonprofits of all sizes, representing a range of needs in the community, to launch new initiatives and sustain their services. To date, Impact 100 Jersey Coast has raised and awarded $2.4 million dollars benefiting 28 nonprofits in Monmouth County. Last year, the women’s collective successfully implemented mission awards and increased opportunities to be a finalist to it’s grants process, enhancements that will be continued in 2023.
New this year!
To offer increased flexibility to busy nonprofits, Impact 100 Jersey Coast will kick off its information series for the 2023 grants cycle with videos covering eligibility requirements and detailed information on the application process, click here
to watch. This education replaces the in-person/Zoom introductory sessions from previous years. On April 4 at noon, Impact will again host a virtual session offering both a deep dive Q&A and a conversation with a recent grantee. Register here
for the April 4 session, a zoom link will be provided.
“We can’t wait to educate local nonprofits about these transformational grant opportunities,” said Anne Yeh, Grants Co-Chair for Impact 100 Jersey Coast. “Our organization aims to provide information and assistance in the most convenient formats. Stay tuned for additional offerings.”
Who should apply?
Impact 100 Jersey Coast is extending this open invitation to all nonprofit staff, board, fundraisers, and grant writers whose organizations meet the following criteria:
- 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that serve and benefit Monmouth County, NJ
- Fit within one of five focus areas: Arts and Culture, Children and Families, Education, Health and Wellness or Sustainability & Environment
- Have been a registered 501(c)(3) organization for a minimum of 3 years and have an annual organizational operating budget of at least $100,000 in the current and immediately prior fiscal year (annual gross revenue of $100,000 and expenses of at least $100,000)
- Grassroots or startup organizations are able to apply if they are otherwise qualified except for the minimum operating budget and three-year existence, and are interested in applying as a collaboration with a Lead Organization that meets all eligibility requirements.