Welcome to Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis
We hope you will learn more about our organization through this website and that you will consider joining the women of Impact in making a difference in women’s giving in Central Indiana.
Whether you seek to learn about philanthropy in our community or if you wish to help us select grants for local nonprofits, we welcome your interest and your involvement.
Upcoming Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis 2013 Membership Events
Follow the Impact Socials are opportunities to follow the impact of past $100,000 grants to three organizations - Pecar Pharmacy, Herron High School and Outside the Box - and are a great way to be introduced to Impact 100.
Happy Hours are a casual way to drop in for an after work social hour at the White River Yacht Club, 1400 E. 74th St., Indianapolis. These are a great opportunities to socialize with current and prospective members, and to bring interested women along to ask questions in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Lunches are a way for you to grab a bite to eat (which you have to do anyway, right?) and have a chance to meet current members and ask questions and/or introduce your colleagues and friends to Impact 100, all during your lunch hour. Plus, Pure Eatery is delicious and convenient for those who live or work downtown, located at 1043 Virginia Ave in Fountain Square.
Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis is pleased to announce Tindley Collegiate Academy – Girls Middle School is the 2013 Grant Recipient
On Tuesday June 11, 2013 the members of Impact 100 awarded a grant of $100,000 to the Tindley Collegiate Academy - Girls Middle School to fund a Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) lab.
Tindley Collegiate Academy has an audacious goal to provide middle-school girls with experiences that will inspire them toward careers in math and science.The $100,000 grant from Impact 100 will equip the Tindley STEM lab with computers, CAD software, drills, 3D modeling printers and tools of all types. Girls will learn by doing: putting scientific theories to real-world use, developing both the competence and confidence to transcend traditional stereotypes, and to be ready for higher-level courses.Tindley educators feel that a strong education in STEM helps build resiliency—just the type of resiliency under-resourced girls will need to succeed at college--and life. We believe that an Impact 100 grant can inspire the next generation of women engineers and scientists.
Key Upcoming Dates:
Tuesday, December 17 from 5:30-8:30: Happy Hour at White River Yacht Club, 1400 E. 74th St.
Thursday, December 19 from 11:00am-1:30pm: Prospective Member Lunch at Pure Eatery, 1043 Virginia Ave in Fountain Square.