IMPACT 100 Announces Grant Recipients for 2019



IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area Announces 2019 Grant Recipients


Pensacola, FL, October 13, 2019 – IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a women’s philanthropic organization, is pleased to announce the eleven grant recipients selected at this year’s Annual Meeting. These nonprofit finalists will each receive a grant of $106,000 from IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area.


The eleven grant recipients selected by IMPACT 100’s Focus Area Committees are as follows:



  • EHS Band Boosters Association, Inc.

Project: EHS Band Equipment Upgrades for Young Gifted Students


  • First City Arts Alliance, Inc. dba First City Art Center

Project: Creating Space for Educating and Inspiring Youth



  • Santa Rosa County 4-H Association, Inc.

Project: 4-H Field Education Facility


  • The Secret Place Home, Inc.

Project: The Therapeutic Impact Classroom



  • Children’s Home Society of Florida, Inc.

Project: Keeping Families on the Right Track


  • Splash Cats, Inc.

Project: Just Keep Swimming



  • Pensacola Habitat for Humanity, Inc.

Project: Building Homes, Communities, and Hope, One Family at a Time: Tools for Construction Site


  • Young Men’s Christian Association of Northwest Florida, Inc. dba YMCA of Northwest Florida

Project: The Wheels on the Bus 



  • Healing Paws for Warriors, Inc.

Project: Save a Veteran/Rescue a Dog


  • Health and Hope Clinic, Inc.

Project: IMPACT100: How to Save a Life


  • Manna Food Bank, Inc., dba Manna Food Pantries

Project: Generating Hope to End Hunger



With 1,166 members this year, IMPACT 100 is able to award $106,000 each to eleven nonprofit organizations in our community for a total impact of $1,166,000 in 2019. In the 16 years since its inception, as of today IMPACT 100 will have awarded 109 grants totaling $11,664,000.




Kristin Longley

Publicity Chair, Board Member

Phone: 850-361-5760

email: publicity@impact100pensacola