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We are the women who redefine what is philanthropically possible.


Who We Are and What We Do


We are a chapter of the premier, global women-led philanthropic movement to “give where we live.” 

We connect, empower, and transform: we connect members to each other, to NYC nonprofits and the communities they serve and empower diverse women across the five boroughs to be changemakers.  

We are 200+ women united by a collaborative approach to charitable giving. By aggregating individual donations of $1,000, we make significant, high-impact grants to nonprofits focused on improving lives and communities across New York City. 

Through collective giving, we amplify each woman’s contribution of $1,000 and provide meaningful grants to organizations that are creating innovative and transformational programs in NYC.

Granting $361,000 to six outstanding nonprofits in just two years, we have been inspired by their resilience during a global pandemic and steadfast dedication to helping people and communities thrive. 

Working together, we draw from our professional and personal experiences to operate an all-volunteer organization, to learn from each other, and to become energized and educated change-making philanthropists.

You decide how to get involved. There are many ways: helping identify potential grantees, participating in grant proposal reviews, casting a vote at our annual event and/or participating in community service. Whatever you choose, you will be part of driving positive change and lasting impact. 

Impact 100 NYC is a 501(c) (3) and all donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.  


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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