Two East Bay non-profits vie for $100,000 Grant
Danville, CA – Impact 100 East Bay, a non-profit dedicated to raising funds to support unmet needs in Alameda and Contra Costa County, is on the verge of awarding a grant of more than $100,000 to one of two non-profit organizations seeking to expand.
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 – 6:00 – 7:30 PM. Members and guests are invited to our virtual Meet the Finalists event. This is an opportunity to learn about two East Bay non-profits, their missions and the projects they hope to fund. Impact 100 East Bay will also demonstrate its new virtual voting technology. The Meet the Finalists event features two East Bay non-profits:
Covenant House – a non-profit youth homeless shelter that provides sanctuary and support for homeless and trafficked youth, ages 18-24. Covenant House seeks to fund the first robust mental health program for youth facing homelessness in the East Bay.
Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center – helps individuals and businesses achieve personal, financial, and social transformation through the power of small business. Renaissance seeks to launch a new level of service that will help 150 lower-income individuals and their families achieve economic security.
“During the COVID-19 pandemic Impact 100 gave micro-grants to nine non-profit organizations in the East Bay doing exceptional work in the community. This year, for the first time, Impact 100 Members will vote virtually to award a grant of more than $100,000. This event is the centerpiece of our 2020 programs,” said Carol Nitz, President of Impact 100 East Bay.
Wednesday, September 30th – 6:00 – 7:00 PM. Impact 100 will announce the winner at its premiere annual event. Our virtual 2020 Grant Celebration occurs on September 30th. when we announce and celebrate our newest grant recipient. Members and guests may register for the event at this link:
Impact 100 East Bay’s mission is to unite women in our community to make a significant difference in the lives of those in need. Our goal is to collectively raise funds to support unmet charity needs in Contra Costa and Alameda counties and raise awareness for deserving organizations.