The Grants Workshop is scheduled for 9 to 11 a.m. Jan. 9 at Treasure Health, 1201 S.E. Indian St. in Stuart. RSVP by calling Robin Cartwright of The Community Foundation of Martin-St. Lucie at 772-288-3795.
Nonprofits addressing all facets of need in Martin County are eligible to apply for the grant, to be used for a program or project that will have a profound and lasting impact on the Martin County community. The workshop will cover the details of the 2019 grant process, including eligibility, guidelines and deadlines. Letters of intent submissions are due on Jan. 24, 2019. Complete grant information is now available at www.impact100martin.org.
“It’s not too early to start thinking of a project that your organization would like to have funded that will create significant, positive change in our community,” says Nancy Wong, Impact 100 Martin Executive Committee chair.
Impact 100 Martin is continuing to add new members throughout the remainder of 2018, with the goal of reaching 200 members by year’s end.
“Reaching 200 members would allow us to award two $100,000 game-changing grants this year,” said Linda Weiksnar, membership co-chair.
Women interested in joining Impact 100 Martin or sponsoring a member should contact Robin Cartwright of The Community Foundation of Martin-St. Lucie at 772-288-3795 or download a membership application at www.impact100martin.org.
Impact 100 Martin empowers women to create positive change in our community through collective giving. The organization is a giving circle within The Community Foundation of Martin-St. Lucie.