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COVID-19 and 2020 Impact 100 Activities

Important Update All of us are in uncharted waters right now and we’re experiencing things we’ve only imagined. Information about COVID-19 is changing by the hour and we are making changes as needed to ensure the safety of our members and the community we serve. We have postponed the due date for grant applications to […]

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Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis Recognized as Indiana Philanthropy Association’s Outstanding Philanthropy Group of 2018

Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis was named as the 2018 Outstanding Philanthropy Group by the Association of Fundraising Professionals – Indiana Chapter. Impact 100 Board member Roberta Jaggers nominated us. Board member emerita Donna Oklak presented the award. At the awards ceremony on November 15th, Terry A.M. Mumford, President of the Board of Directors, accepted the […]

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Our Annual Giving Report–Why it’s important

Each year we update our annual Giving Report. This report provides all the information you expect to see in an organization’s annual report with an overview of the grants we have given since our first one in 2006. You’ll find our most recent annual budget, along with information on our membership. It even has charts […]

CARES Act Relief on Additional Charitable Giving in 2020

In March, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed and included relief for individuals, healthcare workers, small business and certain industries substantially impacted by the pandemic.  Within this guidance, there are aspects that provide individuals with additional relief on charitable contributions made during 2020.  The main changes are described below and promote […]

Valiant Women of the Vote, March 11th in Celebration of Women’s History Month

The Impact 100 March Lunch and Learn was not only educational and interesting, but also, the historic Propylaeum was the perfect venue. Liz Ellis, Executive Director of the Propylaeum, discussed three women active in the Indiana suffrage movement: Carrie Barnes, May Wright Sewall, and Eleanor Barker. The focus of the luncheon was May Wright Sewall, […]