Standing committees meet throughout the year. They are a good way to participate throughout the year if you are unable to participate on a grant review committee during the summer. If you would like to serve on one of the following standing committees, please contact the chair:
Membership, Kay Crawford and Dawn Hoffman firstname.lastname@example.org
Plans and coordinates membership recruitment events. Assists in the process of recruitment and membership involvement.
Communications, Susan Page email@example.com
Assists with all areas of the IMPACT 100 Communication Plan—general publicity, Constant Contact email campaign, website, photography, social media, brochure and other print materials.
Grants, Mathilda Ravine and Connie Yarbro firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsible for oversight of the grant process. Manages the grant application process. Plans and makes arrangements for the workshop for nonprofits interested in applying for a grant. Hosts the Grant Finalist Reveal.
Annual Meeting, Cindy Shanklin and Gayle Powers email@example.com
Plans for and implements the yearly membership meeting to vote for the grant recipients.
Community Partners & Friends, Mari-Helen Skinner and Jo Stewart firstname.lastname@example.org
Encourages organizations and non-member individuals, including men, to support IMPACT 100 with financial and in-kind donations.
Finance, Joanna Dean, Treasurer email@example.com
Assists the Treasurer with a variety of duties involving financial documentation and bookkeeping.
GRANT REVIEW COMMITTEES
There are five grant review committees, consisting of members that are responsible for review of grant applications and site visits with applicants. Each grant applicant organization is thoroughly reviewed by the committees. Each committee then makes recommendations of finalists to the Board of Directors. Members vote at the annual meeting to determine the nonprofits selected for grants. These committees meet mid-summer through September. The committees are Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health & Recreation and Family. Members may indicate their preference for committee assignments when completing the Member Registration/Donation Form. You may also sign up to participate on a grant review committee in the member only area.
Other ways members can participate in IMPACT 100 NWF is to join one of our Service Committees. Making phone calls, helping with mailings, providing food for events, performing data entry, and being a new member mentor. Members volunteer their talents and time to handle all of the duties and responsibilities needed by IMPACT 100 NWF. There is no paid staff. Members can sign up to participate on a Service Committee in the member only area.