Community Impact Magazine NJ: Impact 100 Jersey Coast Offers Generous Donation to COVID-19 Response Initiative

On April 21, Impact 100 Jersey Coast announced its donation of $17,650 to the non-profit New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund (NJPRF) that was launched in March to address critical needs and fight the medical, economic, and social impact of COVID-19 in the Garden State. Every dollar raised by NJPRF goes to existing organizations with a demonstrated record of offering essential services to vulnerable communities and to assist those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. These include food banks and pantries, healthcare programs, transportation, housing, mental health services, and more.

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Media Contact: Rachel Haviland,
Marketing Director, Impact 100 Jersey Coast
813.767.9290 marketingi100jc@gmail.com

The Monmouth Journal: Impact Jersey Coast Makes $17,000 Plus Donation to NJ Pandemic Relief Fund

SHREWSBURY – Since its founding in 2015, Impact 100 Jersey Coast has made tremendous strides in empowering women to improve the lives of others through philanthropy. Thus far, the all-volunteer organization has awarded nearly $1.2 million in substantial grants to ten Monmouth County nonprofits, with new recipients selected each November. This month, the women of Impact 100 Jersey Coast joined forces to provide additional assistance in the face of the extraordinary COVID-19 crisis.

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Media Contact: Rachel Haviland,
Marketing Director, Impact 100 Jersey Coast
813.767.9290 marketingi100jc@gmail.com

Impact 100 Jersey Cost Held Annual Meeting: ‘Make Your Impact’

The Two River Times featured pictures from the Impact 100 Jersey Coast 2019 Annual Meeting, where 440 Impact members gathered to listen to the five finalist presentations then voted on the four 2019 grantees. The grants in the amount of $110,000 each were awarded to COA, CASA, APMF and St. Mark’s.

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Powerful Women’s Group Provides Transformational Change, IMPACT 100 JERSEY COAST AWARDS FOUR $110,000 GRANTS

Impact 100 Jersey Coast held its Annual Meeting on November 19th where the organization’s 440 members selected the four grant finalists to receive $110,000 each. The four selected were Asbury Park Music Foundation (Arts and Culture), Clean Ocean Action (Environment, Parks and Recreation), Court Appointed Special Advocates of Monmouth County (“CASA”) (Children and Families) and St. Mark’s Center for Community Renewal (Health and Wellness).

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News: Impact 100 Jersey Coast Announces 5 Finalists for 4 Grants of $110,000

Community Magazine features Impact 100 Jersey Coast and its five 2019 grant finalists: Asbury Park Music Foundation (Arts and Culture), Clean Ocean Action (Environment, Parks and Recreation), Court Appointed Special Advocates of Monmouth County (“CASA”) (Children and Families), St. Mark’s Center for Community Renewal (Health and Wellness), and Senior Citizens Activities Network Inc. (“SCAN”) (Education).

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News: Annual Wine & Martini Tasting Benefit Raises More than $50,000 for Impact 100 Jersey Coast

The Community Magazine’s May edition features Impact 100 Jersey Coast, which has raised over $50,000 as the beneficiary of the 16th Annual Salt Creek Grille Wine & Martini Tasting Fundraiser, where 100% of proceeds from the sponsorships, ticket sales and live auction items went directly to Impact 100 Jersey Coast and the Impact flag will fly from the waterfront restaurant throughout the entire year with the intent to create more awareness. Impact’s 2019 final membership count is also featured in the magazine.

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News: Women’s Philanthropic Movement Reaches $1 Million Mark

Impact 100 Jersey Coast has reached an amazing milestone as it closed its record-breaking 2019 membership season. This fall Impact Jersey Coast will award four grants of $110,000 each – bringing its total funding to nonprofits in Monmouth County to more than $1.1 million! Interested nonprofit organizations in Monmouth County should visit the Impact website for more details.

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