Yes. You will be able to identify the additional funding sources for your proposal on the form.
Yes. One of the collaborating organizations must be the “lead organization,” applying on behalf of the collaboration. The lead organization must be willing to take on all the potential rights, responsibilities, restrictions, and liabilities of the grant if it is received.
Impact100 disburses the grant money as a one-time payment if the funds are to be used immediately or as an installment payment, depending on what they deem to be the most fiscally responsible. A grant applicant may request either type of payment in the application.
Our goal is to provide high-impact grants that reach under served populations, support nonprofits, and highlight unmet needs in our community. Through grant making we invest in nonprofits financially by partnering with them to familiarize ourselves with their programs, services, and the communities they serve. This process encourages and enables our partners to think bigger and more strategically about the work they do and the impact they can have.