Impact100 Southern Indiana’s goal is to provide high-impact grants that reach under-served populations, support nonprofits, and highlight unmet needs in our community. Through grant-making, we invest in nonprofits financially and by partnering with them to familiarize ourselves with their programs, services, and the communities they serve. In return, our partners assure us our process allows them to think bigger and more strategically about the work they do and the impact they have.

Harrison County Substance Abuse Coalition

2020 Grant Recipient:

Genesis House

Award:

$87,000

Focus Area:

Health & Wellness

Details:

Harrison County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (HCSAPC),  Genesis House believes in the potential goodness of all people and that the healthy development of our citizens is being threatened by the problems and challenges of drug use in today’s culture. Our purpose is to make a positive difference in the area of substance abuse issues. This mission led HCSAPC to becoming the lead agency in opening another transitional home to serve women in Clark, Floyd and Harrison County.

2019 Grant Recipient:

Maker13

Focus Area:

Education

Details:

Impact100 SI’s grant creates a new pathway for women-owned businesses and non-profits to access Maker13’s facility and mobile lab equipment.  Maker13 guides women through an equipment training program and takes their mobile lab to schools for onsite field trips, giving thousands of students exposure to technologies.

2018 Grant Recipient:

Hope Southern Indiana

Award:

$100,000

Focus Area:

Family

Details:

Hope Southern Indiana, who was selected to receive the 2018 $100,000 grant, held the first esteem boot camp in April of 2019.  Twenty-seven young ladies enrolled in the first class, and the program only grew from there.

2017 Grant Recipient:

St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Charities

Award:

$50,000

Focus Area:

Family

Details:

St. Elizabeth’s, Impact 100’s inaugural grant recipient, was selected to receive $50,000 to build a teaching kitchen and start a program to train women for careers in the culinary arts.  They have fully launched operation of the kitchen and training program and graduates are now working in the community.

2020 GRANT RECIPIENT:

Genesis House

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