Rating: 4.88 stars 16 16 reviews
P.O. Box 28148 Austin TX 78755 USA
We’re a progressive leader in women’s philanthropy, bringing new resources to the community and making philanthropy accessible. Through high-impact grant making, we engage, develop and inspire women to effect positive change.
To date, Impact Austin has made grants totaling $2,087,000 and by June will reach $2,612,000. On June 8th, we will award grants of $105,000 each to five nonprofits in the greater Austin area.
Women in central Texas.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Five Central Texas nonprofits
Geographic areas served:
Impact Austin members review grant proposals submitted at the end of the calendar year in five focus areas: Culture, Education, Environment, Family, and Health and Wellness. After rigorous review, one proposal in each focus area is selected to receive a $100,000 grant. Selection is done by the membership at large at the annual meeting in June.
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This organization gave a grant to Girls Empowerment Network of Austin (GENaustin), which I was employed by this year by this year as a high school clubGEN Leader. The amount given by Impact Austin has allowed GENaustin to reach out to so many at-risk middle school girls to allow them to have support and mentoring in a safe setting. My job has changed my life as I enter college - I desire to work for women's empowerment in the future, and study Women's Issues. At a conference, I met the founder of this company and made sure to tell her of the impact her grant had made on my life.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
my day to day life, as it allows for my salary from GENaustin as well as many operations of clubGEN (a club for middle schoolers) within GENaustin.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
amazingly empowered women.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
change the lives of so many people with the grants it gives.
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