Impact100 Founders Fellowship Program – Jul 31

Posted by Impact100 Philadelphia on July 13, 2021

Kicking off its 8th year, Impact100’s Founders Fellowship program is intended to encourage young women to learn about philanthropy and the critical issues that affect the Philadelphia region, and to participate in the work of a collective giving grantmaking organization. Preference will be given to applicants who do not have the financial resources to independently join Impact100 Philadelphia.

The Founders Fellowship is available to women, ages 25-35, who have demonstrated a commitment to improving lives in their communities through work, volunteerism, or study, who are interested in addressing the vital needs of our community through collective giving grantmaking, and who will bring a diverse perspective to Impact100 Philadelphia’s operations. Fellows are chosen through a competitive application process and enjoy membership in Impact100 Philadelphia without having to pay the annual membership fee. Fellows are expected to participate in the proposal review process, attend education programs and events, and are encouraged to take on leadership roles within the organization. In addition, Fellows network with and are mentored by a diverse group of Impact100 Philadelphia members, including our Young Philanthropists, women ages 21-35 who join Impact100 at half the cost.

We are excited to be expanding the program in the coming year and expect to welcome up to 10 new Fellows this fall.

The Founders Fellowship criteria and application are available on our website through the link below. Applications are due July 31, 2021. Please feel free to forward this information to young women who would be good candidates for the program, or to contact us at if you have any questions.

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