Organizations eligible to apply for an Impact100 Nashville grant must be:

  • Tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, independent of a financial sponsor (local affiliates may apply under the 501(c)(3) of the national organization).
  • Located in and serve residents of the counties in the greater Nashville area
  • In possession of at least three full years (36 months) of independently prepared, audited, or reviewed financial statements.
  • Past Impact100 Nashville grantees must wait 5 years from the date of their award before re-applying.

 

Priority will be given to organizations that:

  • Have annual operating budgets above $500,000 and below $5,000,000.
  • Target under-served populations.
  • Highlight unmet needs in the community.
  • Will have a high impact on beneficiaries or communities.

 

Grants will not be provided for:

  • Debt reduction, operating deficits, interim or bridge funding, or endowment funding.
  • Individuals or private foundations.
  • Activities that are religious or political in nature.
  • Fund drives, annual appeals, fundraising events, or general capital campaigns.
  • Funding proposals that utilize less than the full grant award.

 

As we continue to grow and evolve, Impact100 Nashville reserves the right to change its eligibility criteria
without notice at any time.