Impact 100 SRQ

Grant Recipients

transforming our community

Impact100 SRQ is transforming our community one meaningful grant at a time.  In our first two years, we funded $570,000 in grants to local nonprofits. In 2021, we broke the Global Impact100 chapter record for the third giving year by awarding an additional $404,000 in grants, for a grand total of $974,000.


In 2022, we will "Strive for Five", hoping to fund at least one $100,000 grant in each of our five focus area categories.

2021 Grant Recipients

Crowley Museum and Nature Center

Nov 6 2021
The Impact100 SRQ grant will FUND the construction of an equal access educational boardwalk that will replace the previous boardwalk that was destroyed during hurricane Irma. The entire $101,000 will be paid to the contractor and used to fund the costs associated with the construction of the boardwalk including materials, labor, and dump fees. An e...

Girls Inc.

Nov 6 2021
The Impact100 SRQ grant will FUND the renovation of its multi-use gym facility that is over 40 years old. The $101,000 will contribute to the total cost of the renovation which is $134,041. The remaining amount will be funded by Girls Inc. The renovation expenses include painting, wall panels, labor, roof materials, electrical and HVAC maintenan...

Hope Family Services

Nov 6 2021
The Impact 100 SRQ grant will FUND the installation of HOPE Family Services Children‘s Counseling Center on an existing 75 X 60 green space on their 2.2-acre campus. The $101,000 will fund a modular 24 X 56 feet building that includes steps, a ramp, and awnings, site design and permitting, play therapy supplies, including books, puppets, doll...

Resilient Retreat

Nov 6 2021
The Impact100 SRQ grant will FUND a treatment room to provide services to trauma survivors, specifically survivors of abuse and first responders/helping professionals. The treatment room will be in Resilient Retreat‘s 5,000 square foot Community Center that is currently being constructed as part of a large capital project that includes an 18,...

2020 Grant Recipients

Childrens Cancer Center

Nov 9 2020
The Impact100 SRQ grant funded the following programs for families in Sarasota and Manatee dealing with childhood cancer: Oncology Connection Group, Art & Music Therapy, MOMS group, Flight Camp, Family Fun Day, Holiday Adoption, Counseling and Financial Assistance, as well as the cost of rent and payroll expenses for the programs and family ser...

Mayors' Feed the Hungry

Nov 8 2020
The Impact100 SRQ grant funded the purchase of a refrigerated truck, the payroll associated with hiring a licensed driver, fuel for the truck, insurance, ongoing maintenance, and signage to wrap the sides of the box. The vehicle will be wrapped with the Mayors' Feed The Hungry logo as well as our Impact100 SRQ logo.

YMCA of Southwest Florida (formerly The SKY Family YMCA)

Nov 9 2020
The Impact100 SRQ grant funded the renovation of the old early learning center at the YMCA of Southwest Florida (formerly The SKY Family YMCA). These renovations will allow them to increase their capacity by serving more children daily through programs that promote positive youth development. These improvements will also help the building become a ...

2019 Grant Recipients

Mothers Helping Mothers

Nov 8 2019
The Impact100 SRQ grant helped fund the purchase of the building that Mothers Helping Mothers (MHM) was leasing. Because MHM was awarded our grant, they received a matching grant, making the total impact $228,000. MHM will now be able to provide additional support services for families in need by partnering with other organizations that offer wrap ...

The Haven

Nov 8 2019
The Impact100 SRQ grant funded an expansion of the Selby Preschool. With renovations and relocations of offices, the Selby Preschool will increase capacity by over 50%, adding an expanded therapy room to conduct speech, occupational, physical, and behavioral therapies to students on-site, during the school day.

IMPARTIALITY STATEMENT 
PLEASE NOTE:  Impact100 SRQ is committed to maintaining a level playing field at all times with all nonprofit organizations.  Accordingly, our business dealings and decisions, including those relating to our grant application review processes, venue selection, event sponsorship and co-hosting opportunities, are always made without any preferential treatment or consideration given to any nonprofit organization.