Janna Ronert (sixth from left), CEO and founder of Image Skincare and member of Impact the Palm Beaches, recently hosted...
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We are a dynamic leader of women’s philanthropy: bringing new resources to the community and making philanthropy accessible. Through strategic high-impact grant making, we engage, develop and inspire women to create change in our community.
For the past several years this message has been a growing part of the philanthropic landscape in southern Palm Beach County. In 2015, Deborah Johnson and Bridget Baratta decided it was time to launch an Impact 100 group that would benefit the rest of Palm Beach County. The venture philanthropy effect is making a big impact with a targeted investment of $100,000 Impact grants to area non-profits. This model had great appeal as it leveraged the power of efficient, collaborative and highly focused philanthropy – driven by women.
Impact The Palm Beaches is not just a matter of facilitating generosity, it is a matter of harnessing the power of women each of whom commit $1,000, to effect social change in our community. Serving the central and northern Palm Beach County community through high impact grants to local nonprofits. Each year at the annual meeting, nonprofit finalists are invited to speak, Impact 100 members vote, and $100,000 funds are awarded that evening.
Our Focus Areas
Arts & Culture
Programs and projects that cultivate, develop, educate and improve the cultural climate.
Programs and projects that further the ability to educate and improve education.
Improve, enhance or restore the surroundings and promote
conservation of our natural resources.
Health & Wellness
Programs and projects that positively impact the mental/physical health and wellness of the members of our community.
Programs and projects that strengthen and enhance the lives of children and families.
Our 2018 Advisory Board
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Awarding their 1st $100,000 Impact Grant to Safe Haven CRC “Live Fresh” Margaret Mead was correct when she said, “Never...