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Impact100 Philadelphia’s goal is to provide high-impact grants that reach under-served populations, raise the profile of lesser-known nonprofits, and highlight unmet needs in the region. Through grant-making, we invest in grantees, partner with them, pay attention to their concerns, become familiar with their programs and services, and the communities they serve. In return, grantees assure us that our process inspires them to think bigger and more strategically about the work they do.

Browse through this section to see the range of organizations funded since 2009.  The tabs above allow for filter by Year and Focus Area.

We congratulate the 70 organizations invited to submit a full proposal in 2020 and the 36 that reached the highest level of review.



  • New Jersey Tree Foundation
  • Year of Award:

    2010

  • Project Focus:

    Environment

  • Grant Award:

    $100,000

  • Details:

    New Jersey Tree Foundation received a grant of $100,000 for its Urban Airshed Reforestation Program. Established in 1998, NJTF dedicated itself in 2002 to plant shade trees in Camden. According to its proposal for funding, 3,835 trees have been planted in 126 Camden communities with the help of 7,300 volunteers. In that time, the foundation and its volunteers have been struck by the transformation of neighborhoods. The Impact100 project expanded the foundation’s current program by planting 250 trees and 1,200 shrubs and perennials, with the help of more than 500 Camden residents and volunteers.

  • Federation of Neighborhood Centers (FNC)
  • Year of Award:

    2010

  • Project Focus:

    General Operating

  • Grant Award:

    $20,000

  • Details:

    Federation of Neighborhood Centers (FNC) builds strong neighborhoods through intentional partnerships. They support children, youth, families, and individuals, including those involved in the criminal justice system. FNC focuses on youth development, urban farming, food access, workforce training, parent education, and re-entry services. Through fiscal sponsorship FNC supports new and established organizations that align with our mission. FNC partners for thriving communities.  Their vision is a world where organizations from different sectors work together around common goals to transform systems that result in thriving communities.

  • SeniorLAW Center
  • Year of Award:

    2010

  • Project Focus:

    General Operating

  • Grant Award:

    $19,000

  • Details:

    SeniorLAW Center is a nonprofit organization which improves the lives of older Pennsylvanians and protects their rights through legal representation, education and advocacy.  They were founded in 1978 as the Senior Citizen Judicare Project by members of the Philadelphia Bar Association. Their original focus was to protect the legal rights and interests of Philadelphia’s needy, elderly residents through a volunteer-driven program.  Today, the SeniorLAW Center has an array of programs and services, a diverse staff of lawyers and advocates, and have expanded outreach efforts and services to communities throughout Pennsylvania.