Impact 100 Richmond is a volunteer-driven women's philanthropy group that makes a significant difference in our community through collective giving.
We fund at least one $100,000 transformational grant each year to a local nonprofit that has a big idea and great potential but may not have access to large-scale funds.
Since our inception in 2009, we have awarded significant grants to over 25 local nonprofits. In 2022 we crossed the $2 million mark, a milestone we are proud of!
Membership is renewed annually at $1100. We also have a $600 option. Your donation is 100% tax-deductible. Each member has a vote on where our funds are directed. Create and manage your membership profile on our easy-to-use platform and join us.
In 2009, community leader Talley Baratka was looking for a way to make a profound difference in the Richmond community. She knew she could not do it alone. Talley recognized the power of women giving together, so she engaged women from all walks of life, and Impact 100 Richmond was born. The connections and business acumen of our founders, along with our partnership with the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond, set the stage to bring Talley’s vision to life. Our current partnership with Grapevine Giving Foundation continue to power our vision.
Today, Impact 100 Richmond still operates on the same principles Talley and her fellow co-founders put in place. Since its inception, Impact 100 Richmond has awarded over $2 million to over 25 local nonprofits.
Our volunteer Leadership Team provides strategic direction and leads Impact 100 Richmond's day-to-day work.
If you are a member in good standing and would like to volunteer on the leadership team, please reach out to Emily Millhiser to see how you can become involved. We happily welcome new faces to the table! All positions require a two-year commitment.
Immediate Past Chair
Kristen Iurillo & Betsy Williams
Jenner Watson, Sheri Crowell & Rachael Harrell
Barrie Bowers & Nell Nutaitus
Julie Fritz & Christina Todd
Chief of Staff
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