Impact 100 Garden State 2020 Grant Recipients Gather at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

July 27, 2020

Congratulations to Impact 100 Garden State’s 2020 Grant Recipients who met in the Macculloch Hall Historical Museum garden in Morristown recently for this group photo. Pictured from left to right are Patrice Picard and Dayjahnae Rogers-Martin of Cornerstone Family Programs, Rina Ramirez and Michelle Blanchfield of Zufall Health Center, and Stephanie Cicale and Tamala Reyonds of Homeless Solutions, Inc.

Impact 100 Garden State is a women-led, all volunteer, philanthropic organization that empowers women to provide high impact, transformational grants to local nonprofits that reach under-served populations in Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, and Union counties. Each member contributes $1000 a year and that donation is pooled for collective giving. Since 2013, Impact 100 Garden State has donated over $2 million to vetted nonprofits and each member has a vote in deciding which nonprofits become grant recipients.

The Community Foundation of New Jersey is pleased to host four Impact 100 groups – Impact 100 Garden StateImpact100 EssexImpact 100 Jersey Coast, and Impact 100 South Jersey – which have brought together a combined 1,100 New Jersey women to make more than $3.5 million in grants to nonprofit organizations to date. These Impact 100 groups share our “multiplier effect” philosophy as evidenced by the volume and, indeed, impact of their giving. To discuss the ways in which the Community Foundation of New Jersey can host these types of philanthropic initiatives, contact us at 973-267-5533.

For more information about Impact 100 Garden State, to find out how you can join, please contact us at To find out how to apply for a grant, please contact us at  For general information go to: