IMPACT 100 names 10 semi-finalists

September 16, 2011

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a local women’s philanthropy group is pleased to announce that ten grant finalists for 2011 have been selected by five Focus Committees. The organization is pleased to announce that its 2011 membership reached 645 members. One grant of 107,500 will be awarded in each of the group’s focus areas: arts and culture; education; environment, recreation and preservation; family; and health and wellness. After the five grants are awarded, a sixth grant will be awarded to the non profit in the category with the most votes.

Each semi-finalist organization will have the opportunity to present their project at the IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area Annual Meeting on Sunday, October 16, 2011. The ten finalists, which have been selected, are:

Pensacola Little Theatre
Project: Hear, See and Feel the Impact of IMPACT 100

Pensacola Opera
Project: Creating a Multi Use Arts Facility in Downtown Pensacola

The Global Corner
Project: Your Summer Passport to the World

Snoezelen/Westgate Foundation
Project: A Special Needs Playground/Activity Center for the Lacey A. Collier Snoezelen Sensory Complex at Westgate School

Escambia County Public Schools Foundation
Project: Education to Sustain Our Future

Pensacola Lighthouse Association
Project: Restoration of the Pensacola Lighthouse

Ray of Hope of Northwest Florida
Project: Wheelchair Ramps

South Santa Rosa Interfaith Ministries d/b/a Interfaith Ministries
Project: Truck on a Mission to Help the Needy

ARC Gateway
Project: Electronic Efficiency = Savings

Health and Hope Clinic
Project: Making an Impact

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