Impact100 Nashville awards grants to nonprofits in our community that address the focus area stipulated in our Eligibility Criteria. Eligible nonprofits may submit a Letter of Intent to apply for grant funding of up to $100,000. We recommend reading our eligibility criteria before proceeding.
Member volunteers review and score Letters of Intent based on 4 criteria before selecting a subset of organizations to complete a full grant application:
1. Overall mission, vision of organization
2. Meeting unique need in the community
3. Proposed use of grant dollars
4. Shows clear programming specific to the focus area identified each year.
June 1st – June 19th: Open call for Letter of Intent submissions
July 27th – August 21st: Grant applications open for selected organizations
October 12th – October 29th: Site visits for semi-finalists
All stages of the grant review process are conducted entirely by current members of Impact100 Nashville.
Impact100 Nashville will award a grant up to $100,000 to a non-profit organization that seeks to end the cycle of any debilitating condition — homelessness, poverty, addiction, hunger, illiteracy, human trafficking, recidivism, etc. Specifically we are seeking to award this grant to the non-profit that offers creative and innovative services to its population to facilitate the transition out of a cyclical lifestyle and is able to show that results of their services ended the cycle for the population it serves.