Impact 100 SRQ



How Can I Get Involved?

As a member of Impact100 SRQ, you are encouraged to Design Your Own Experience. Sharing the gift of your time, talent and experience is priceless. Members who volunteer in some capacity, have the opportunity to enrich their experience while gaining a deeper understanding of the importance of our mission in the community.

View Our Volunteer Needs

Share our Story   

Educating others about Impact100 SRQ and our mission is a year-round task, and our most effective membership recruiting tool is the enthusiasm shown by our members. 

  • Talk to your friends, neighbors, co-workers, family members, or any woman you know about Impact100 SRQ and the work we do.
  • Invite a guest to join you at a Membership Engagement/Recruitment Event (Meet & Mingle) 
  • Bring a guest to our Annual Celebration and our Big Reveal. These signature events are filled with excitement for our mission and are the very best way to share the passion of who we are and what we do.

Spread the Word

Encourage nonprofit organizations that you know and/or support to apply for a grant. Suggest that they attend our Nonprofit Workshop and complete a grant application before the deadline.

Join a Focus Area Committee

Participating on a Focus Area Committee (FAC) is at the heart of our mission and what sets Impact100 SRQ apart from other philanthropic organizations.  This is one of the best ways to get involved.  

All members are invited to join one of our Focus Area Committees (FACs) which review and evaluate grant applications submitted to Impact100 SRQ. Every year we create one committee for each of our five focus areas: 

Arts, Culture & History


Environment, Recreation & Animal Welfare


Health & Wellness

Serving on a FAC is one of the most meaningful ways to participate in Impact100 SRQ. You will learn about the many needs in our community and about our grants review process. FACs meet during the Grants Phase (September through mid-November) and perform in-depth reviews of grant applications, conduct site visits and narrow down finalists for the entire membership vote at our Annual Celebration in January. You can choose a FAC based on your interest and passion, or by the convenience of which meeting fits with your schedule.

Read more about and Sign Up for Focus Area Committees

Become An Ambassador

The Ambassador program was created to assist new members with connecting in a meaningful way with other members, and with Impact100 SRQ. We want each new member who joins us to feel welcome, validated and empowered as we help them design their own experience, and embrace the Impact100 SRQ mission.  

As a returning member, you can volunteer to become an Ambassador and share your passion for our organization by helping to onboard women who are new to joining Impact100 SRQ.

Contact Impact100 Ambassadors for more information.

Join a Workgroup

There is so much that happens behind the scenes that keeps Impact100 SRQ running efficiently. Each members’ background and experience can provide a meaningful contribution in a variety of ways. We encourage you to learn more about participating in a Workgroup that may interest you, and that could benefit from your involvement. Examples of Workgroups are:


Community Engagement






To inquire about participation in a workgroup or sharing your skills in any way, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator to be connected with the appropriate Director for more details.  

Share your Professional Expertise

From time to time, we call upon our members for their professional advice.  If you are willing, please notify us if you have expertise in any of these areas.  Doing so will not obligate you as a volunteer, nor does it guarantee that you will be called.  Thank you!

  • Accounting & Finance: Assist with review of financial data on grant applications prior to committee meetings. Assist with accounting or financial questions on occasion if needed.

  • Attorney: Assist by providing legal assistance if and/or when the need arises.

  • Technology: The backbone of every organization is technology and the systems that help to run the day-to-day operations.  Our updated Technology Team structure is integrated into our organization.  We seek to utilize members who are actively volunteering on other workgroups and train as appropriate to complete those technology tasks needed by each respective area.  While some technology background may be needed for certain tasks, having the knowledge and experience of how we work is most important. 

  • Graphic Design Skills: Assist by sharing your expertise to create graphics for print and digital advertising, website, advertising specialties, newsletters and other printed materials.

  • Public Relations/Communications: Communication is critical to our organization’s success. We need members who are creative and strategic thinkers, writers and document editors. Also, those members who have the ability to help with free publicity are always needed.

  • Writing and Editing:  Assist with writing of press releases, content for print or email publications, Impact100 SRQ newsletters and other communications. Help create marketing materials. Assist with Historian duties.

Contact for more information.