2022-2023 Grant Cycle
Arts, Culture, & Historic Preservation
Programs and projects that cultivate, develop, educate and improve the cultural climate.
Programs and projects that further the ability to educate and improve education.
Environment & Animal Welfare
Programs and projects that seek to:
– Improve, enhance or restore the surroundings and promote conservation of our natural resources
– Promote the protection and welfare of animals and
– Encourage research, public awareness, and education relating to the environment and animals.
Programs and projects that strengthen and enhance the lives of children and families.
Health & Wellness
Programs and projects that positively impact the mental/physical health and wellness of the members of our community.
Your program must be considered "high-impact," which means it should:
Foster change and have a long-term positive impact,
Be well-structured and well-thought-out,
Be a new project, expansion, or improvement of an existing project, or a collaborative effort of several organizations,
Impact many beneficiaries or fewer with great focus (i.e., a scope that is far and wide or narrow and deep) produce specific, measurable results.
Projects must be implemented in and serve residents of southern Palm Beach County within designated geographical boundaries
(i.e., from Lake Worth Road to the Broward County Line).
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Applicants must be tax-exempt 501c3 organizations for 36 months at the closing date of that year's Letters of Intent.
Applicants must use the full $100,000 grant within 24 months
of the award date.
$100,000 grant recipients are not eligible to reapply for at least 36 months from the date the grant is awarded.
Impact-Specific Workshops & Tutorials
On-Demand Grants Information Workshop for Nonprofits
Attend this On-Demand Zoom Webinar to learn about Impact 100 grant requirements as well as to hear from past grantees about which programs were successful with Impact 100 Palm Beach County members.