About Our Grants

At Impact100 Metro Detroit we provide high-impact grants that support local nonprofits in reaching underserved populations, and meeting unmet needs in our community.

Through our grant-making process we familiarize ourselves with the programs, services, and communities that our nonprofits serve; we invest not only financially, but also by becoming a partner to them. In return our partners are able to think bigger and more strategically about the work they do and the impact they have.

Important Dates
  • 12/4/2023 – Grant Application Opens
  • 12/12/2023 – Nonprofit Grant Application Training Session
  • 1/16/2024 – Big Kick Off Member Event
  • 1/19/2024 – Membership Renewal Deadline
  • 1/24/2024 – Focus Area Team Training
  • 1/26/2024 – Grant Application Closes
  • 2/1/2024 – Grant Review Work Begins
  • 3/1/2024 – Financial Review Begins
  • 4/17/2024 – Grant Review Team Presents Finalists to Board
  • 5/22/2024 – Members vote on 5 finalists at the Big Give!

Accent Pontiac       DAPCEP         Dutton Farm         Hannan Center       WAVE Project

On May 31st our members voted to award a $100,000 grant to Dutton Farm AND The Wave Project as chosen by our members.  The other finalists received $27,000 each in unrestricted grant dollars.  Click on the names above to read their project proposals.  Congratulations to all of our nonprofit heroes!

Focus Areas

Arts & Culture

Projects that foster greater exposure to or participation in the arts and culture, expand arts education, or use art as a medium for creative expression.

Education

Projects that expand or improve learning opportunities, primarily for children,  focused on literacy, tutoring, mentoring, GED,  or college prep.

 

Family & Individual Support

Projects that support the lives of individuals and families, focusing on housing, transportation, living wage, food insecurity, job skills training or other basic needs.

 

Health & Wellness

Projects that improve physical and/or mental health, foster healthy living habits or life skills programs that promote independent living.

 

Revitalization, Recreation & Environment

Projects that revitalize or create public spaces for the community, support environmental awareness and/or promote a positive and sustainable relationship between people and their environment; or promote the welfare of animals in our communities.

Eligibility Requirements
  • Defined as a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
  • Located in Wayne, Oakland or Macomb county
  • Be in at least the third full fiscal year of operation; having at least two years of completed tax filings
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