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Impact100 grants to bolster SA not-for-profit organisations | Port Lincoln Times



Country SA-based not-for-profit organisations in need of a boost to support their activities are urged to apply for one of two $100,000 grants, thanks to Impact100.

The giving circle, which is backed by generous SA donors, has announced two new grant themes for this year, ‘young people feel included and valued’ and ‘everybody has safe and stable housing’.

Impact100 chair Kathryn House said the charitable organisation, which pools $1000 donations from more than 100 members annually, soon reaches a milestone of having donated $1.5 million in grants.

“Thanks to our generous donors, we’ve been able to support organisations which don’t often get much attention or enough funding to help them achieve their goals,” Ms House said.

“With COVID-19…

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