Friends of Impact100 DC Chair, Impact100 DC Board of Directors

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IMPACT100 DC

Friends of Impact100 DC Chair, Impact100 DC Board of Directors

Each $1,000 Impact100 DC membership contribution goes in full to the grant. The Friends of Impact Chair identifies and cultivates non-member individuals and companies who support the Impact100 DC mission and vision and want to help sustain the organization’s operations. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Cultivating supporters at every level of giving.
  • Maintaining a database of prospects and donors for accurate recognition and follow-up.
  • Finding major donors ($1,000 plus) to underwrite Impact DC operating expenses.
  • Finding in-kind donations for specific services, such as graphics and printing.
  • Promoting and raising funds for the Impact100 DC Scholarship Program.

General Responsibilities of all Impact DC Board members

  • Know well the organization’s mission, policies, programs, and needs.
  • Interpret the organization’s work and values to the community, represent the organization, and act as a spokesperson.
  • Prepare for, attend, and actively participate in monthly board meetings.
  • Give a 110% membership contribution annually, knowing how important extra membership contributions are in covering operational costs.

In addition, we are looking for the following habits of mind:

  • Optimism
  • A sense of humor
  • A "roll up your sleeves attitude," so essential for an all-volunteer board
  • A collaborative spirit
  • Flexibility

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About IMPACT100 DC

Location:

4914 BALTAN RD, BETHESDA, MD 20816, US

Mission Statement

The mission of Impact 100 DC is to fund transformational charitable grants in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Description

About Impact100 DC

Impact100 DC is a new, all-volunteer women’s philanthropic organization that collectively funds high-impact grants to nonprofit organizations working to addressing unmet needs in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Impact100 is a national model founded in 2001 with over 50 chapters throughout the US and beyond. One hundred or more women come together, pool yearly membership contributions of $1,000, and award annual, $100,000 grants that allow recipient nonprofits to expand their services in extraordinary ways. Proposals are invited in all of the areas communities must attend to in order to thrive: health and wellness, family, education, arts and culture, and environment. We place a high value on building a diverse membership and leadership team that reflect all corners of this varied community and produce the wide lens necessary for an informed and equitable giving process. Members lead and participate in all aspects of grant review and in doing so develop a more profound understanding of community needs and are empowered as philanthropists and agents of change.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Board Development
Community

WHEN

Wed Jul 01, 2020 - Mon Aug 31, 2020

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

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