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Support and Volunteer with Grant Finalists

At Impact 100 NYC, impact is at the heart of all we do, extending well beyond the actual grants as we connect philanthropic women to many worthy causes with the aim that they can actively support them and get involved.

If you would like to further support our 2023 grant finalists, you can find their wish lists below:

Impact Grant Project Update: Sure We Can has received  provisional approval from NYC's Economic Development Corporation to create its second satellite redemption center - to be funded by Impact 100 NYC -  at a city-owned site in East New York.  While it waits for final approval and access to the space, Sure We Can is developing plans to clean the site and install equipment, and providing management training to future satellite manager Josefa Marínin, a long-time canner who has grown into an organization leader and Board member.

Futures and Options (2022 Innovation Grantee):
In collaboration with NYC employers, Futures and Options empowers NYC’s youth, particularly those of color and from historically underrepresented communities, to acquire professional skills, pursue higher education, and successfully compete in a global 21st century economy. Complete this form to receive updates about September- May volunteer opportunities available or contact Maritza Rodriguez, Program Coordinator, at

Check out Futures and Options’ August newsletter which featured the Get Ahead in Healthcare program funded by our 2022 Innovation Grant:

2023 Grantee Wish lists: 

Our mission at Good Call NYC  is to empower communities of color and create systemic transformation by using technology and community organizing to provide immediate access to legal support. By providing access to immediate legal representation, individuals are given a chance to prevent lifelong consequences for wrongful charges. By transforming the arrest process, Good Call advocates to make early legal intervention a standard process in NYC and beyond.

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest news and events. You'll receive updates on our services, upcoming KYR sessions, and volunteer opportunities. Sign up at the bottom of the Homepage Follow us on  InstagramFacebook, or Twitter  @goodcallnyc

In-Kind Donation Items: 

We would greatly appreciate donations of office space, technology equipment (such as computers and printers.) We are also always in need of supplies for our KYR sessions, such as notepads, pens, and informational handouts.

Volunteer opportunities:   Good Call relies heavily on the support of volunteers to fill in the gaps on our team. 

  • We are always looking for skilled individuals with legal expertise, graphic design skills, marketing, Outreach support and software engineering  to join our team. Anyone welcomed who are passionate about social justice and want to make a difference in their communities.
  • Board members: We are currently seeking new board members who can help guide and support our organization as we continue to grow and expand our services. If you have experience in fundraising, advocacy, tech, finance or nonprofit management, we would love to hear from you.

  • Steering committee members: Our steering committee is made up of dedicated volunteers who provide strategic guidance and event planning support to our leadership team. 

If you are interested in donating items or volunteering for Good Call, please get in touch with Jelani Anglin, Co-Founder & CEO at 

Homeward NYC  serves homeless young families, seniors and LGBTQ young people overcoming abuse and discrimination.  Together with our generous supporters and volunteers, Homeward NYC:

  • Provides homeless young families, older adults and LGBTQ young adults safe, transitional and long-term housing

  • Sustains individualized care services and comprehensive programs that build the skills needed to maintain housing stability

  • Helps residents heal the related traumas of homelessness and abuse

At each of our locations, we provide housing and wraparound services that empower homeless young mothers, LGBTQ young people and older adults to live life forward.

For updates on how your generosity makes a difference, please sign up for email updates at us on  Instagram,Facebook, LinkedIn orTwitter  @homewardnyc

In-Kind donation Items:  These items are helpful for the young families at Homeward Upper West Side:

  • New baby care items like diapers and formula
  • Gently used baby care items like strollers and car seats
  • New toys and books
 These new personal care and household items are helpful across all sites:
  • Air fresheners

  • Cooking utensils

  • Disinfectant wipes and sprays

  • Hand sanitizer

  • Other cleaning and sanitary supplies (e.g. bleach, paper towels, tissues, trash bags)

  • Toiletries (e.g. Band Aids, body splash, body wash, Chapstick, comb, deodorant, hairbrush, hand wipes, lotion, mouthwash, nail clippers, packs of tissues, pads and tampons, razors, shampoo, soap, toothbrush and toothpaste)

Volunteer opportunities: 

  • Conduct a workshop for mock job interviews, resume review, or a wellness activity

  • Conduct a skills-based training (e.g. financial education for staff and residents)

  • Simple pro-bono work for lawyers

  • Volunteer onsite for gardening, a children’s activity, or updating a community room

Learn more volunteering at

If you are interested in donating items or in more information, please contact Aprille Russell at

Harlem Grown’s mission is to inspire youth to lead healthy and ambitious lives through mentorship and hands-on education in urban farming, sustainability, and nutrition. Today, the organization operates 13 urban agricultural sites, seven intensive school partnerships, weekly Saturday programming from April to October, a free 7-week intensive Summer Camp, farm-based education tours for hundreds of schools and community organizations, monthly community events, and a Mobile Teaching Kitchen that travels throughout Harlem to carry out our mission. As a direct response to a call to action from our parents and school partners to address the need for out of school programming across our community, we are proud to announce the launch of our Independent Afterschool Program in September of this year. As we continue to introduce children from urban settings to sustainable growing practices that extend beyond our farm-based education programming, we cultivate a sense of membership in an environmentally conscious, sustainable community. At Harlem Grown, we work alongside our community to support and empower them to lead healthy lives.

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date with our latest events, programs, and initiatives here. Follow us on InstagramFacebookTwitter and Youtube @harlemgrown

In-Kind donation requests: 

  • Professional Development for Staff and Youth

  • Youth Education Based Musical Entertainment for Community Events 

  • Gardening tools for Children

  • Bee suits for Children

  • Observation Hive 

Volunteer opportunities: For information on how to volunteer at Harlem Grown please click here

Shipping or drop-off address:  

Harlem Grown -127 W 127th Street,  Room 418 - New York, NY 10027

If you are interested in more information, please contact Melani Estevez at   


Sure We Can is a non-profit recycling center, community space and sustainability hub in Brooklyn where canners–our neighbors who collect cans and bottles from the streets to make a living–come together with the broader community through recycling, composting, gardening and the arts.   Our mission is to support the local community, particularly its most marginalized residents, through social inclusion, environmental awareness and economic empowerment. For over 10 years, Sure We Can has served the community of canners, and today it has evolved into a community center that promotes a sustainable urban culture and facilitates a circular economy.

To sign up for the Newsletter, click here  Connect with us on InstagramFacebook, or Twitter  @surewecannyc

In-Kind donations request: Sure We Can are always in need of general office supplies, so some things that would be helpful include:

  • Copy paper
  • Permanent markers
  • Pens
  • Ink for Epson ET-4760 printer

Clothes, nonperishable food, household items are also welcome for donation, support with food/clothing drives. 

Shipping or drop-off address: 219 McKibbin St., Brooklyn, NY, 11206, Att: Ryan Castalia

Volunteer opportunities (remote): 

  • Social media support
  • Grant writing support

  • Bookkeeping support

  • Fundraising event planning support

  • Op-Ed/Press material support

Volunteer opportunities (onsite) : 

  • Counting and sorting
  • Gardening
  • Art
  • Outreach

 If you are interested in more information, please contact Ryan Castalia at

Impact 100 NYC, Inc. is incorporated in the state of New York and is a nonprofit organization exempt from federal taxes under U.S. Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). Contributions are tax deductible. Impact 100 NYC is registered with the New York State Attorney General’s Office to solicit charitable contributions and hold charitable assets in New York State.

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