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Grants to Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana Nonprofits for Programs Related to Education, Culture, Family, Environment, and Health

Impact 100 Grant


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Funding Source
Impact 100
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Geographic Focus
USA: Indiana: Dearborn CountyKentucky: Boone, Campbell, and Kenton CountiesOhio: Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties

Important Dates
Conference Date: 11/17/22
Deadline: 12/15/22 Noon Save

Grant Description
Grants to Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana nonprofit organizations for activities that benefit residents in eligible locations. Funding is intended to support programs and projects in the areas of culture, education, health and wellness, family, and environment, recreation, and preservation. Funds must serve Dearborn County in Indiana; Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties in Kentucky; or Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties in Ohio.

Focus Area:

  • Culture: Cultivate, develop, educate and improve the cultural climate.
  • Education: Further the ability to educate and improve education.
  • Environment, Recreation & Preservation: Preserve, enhance, revitalize or restore facilities and surroundings.
  • Family: Strengthen and enhance the lives of children and families.
  • Health & Wellness: Positively impact the mental or physical health and wellness of people.


  • Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)

Additional Eligibility Criteria
Eligible organizations must be an incorporated a 501(c)(3) or 509(a) public charity with a certificate or letter of status.

Impact 100 accepts collaborative applications between more than one nonprofit. Collaborating proposals should meet the following criteria:
a) Two or more 501(c)(3) or 509(a) nonprofit organizations;
b) Be aware and submit letters of support for the collaboration (Common Grant Application stage)
c) Engage one of the partners as a lead fiscal agent through which all Impact 100 business is conducted.

The organization’s grant proposal cannot be accepted for:
- Endowments, existing operating costs, partisan activities, completed projects, individual churches, indigent care subsidy, travel, loans, or for individuals.
- While regranting funds to other non-profit organizations is not permitted, collaborating, partnering, or subcontracting with other non-profit organizations to achieve program goals is welcome.

Pre-Proposal Conference
- Letter of Intent training with Grants Plus 11/02/22
- Letter of Intent Q&A Session 11/10/22
- Nonprofit Panel Discussion 11/17/22

Pre-Application Information
Important Dates:
- Letter of Intent Application goes live 11/01/22
- Letter of Intent training with Grants Plus 11/02/22
- Letter of Intent Q&A Session 11/10/22
- Nonprofit Panel Discussion 11/17/22
- Letter of Intent Deadline (noon) 12/15/22
- The Big Reveal Jan 2023
- Notification of Common Grant Eligibility Feb 2023
- Nonprofit Common Grant Training March 2023
- Common Grant Application Deadline March 2023
- Applicants Not Progressing to Site Visits Notified May 2023
- Meet the Finalists June 2023
- Annual Awards Celebration and Finalist Presentations Sept. 2023

The first step for grant applicants is to submit an LOI using Impact 100’s online submission system. Impact 100 members serving on Grant Review Teams evaluate the submitted Letters of Intent and, by February, select organizations to invite to complete a grant application.

Each organization may submit only one grant application each year.

If your proposal this year is not funded, you may apply again the following year.

When a nonprofit is awarded a grant, then the organization must wait three years before reapplying to Impact 100 for another grant. The 3 year period for grant recipients to re-apply begins the year that the grant is awarded no matter if the grant money is distributed lump sum or via installment payments according to the terms of the grant agreement. (Example: Nonprofit X received grant in 2018. Nonprofit X would be able to re-apply for the 2022 grant cycle. Year 1 = 19, Year 2 = 20, Year 3 = 21).


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For related resources, please see the URL for Full Text below (click Letter of Intent and Grant Application tabs).

Estimated Size of Grant
All grants are a minimum of $100,000.

Term of Contract
Funds must be utilized within 3 years from award date.

Contact Information
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Impact 100
4010 Executive Park Drive, Suite 100
Cincinnati, OH 45241
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