Serving on a Grant Review Committee (GRC) is one of the most impactful ways to participate in Impact100 Sonoma, learn about the nonprofit organizations and needs of our community and experience the grant review process. *Our Grant Review Committees are full for 2022. We hope you will consider serving on a Committee in 2023.*
What do Impact100 Sonoma Grant Review Committees do?
Grant Review Committees are established annually for the winter/spring grant review season. Committee members read and review grant applications and participate in a thorough vetting process that leads to recommending finalists to be voted on by the entire membership.
Is there a calendar for the grant review committees? How much time does it take?
To address the urgent needs of our nonprofit community, our grant review season will take place on a shortened timeline this year, from January – April 2022. We anticipate that most meetings will be held in-person, though some may be held via Zoom. Committee members will be expected to devote approximately 15-20 hours of their time to the process. The 2022 Grant Review Committee Calendar is on the right-hand side of this page.
What qualifications do I need?
The basic qualifications to join a Grant Review Committee include:
How can I register?
Our Committees are completely full for 2022. Please check back next fall to register for a 2023 Grant Review Committee.
What are the next steps?
Serve on the Financial Review Committee
What does Impact100 Sonoma’s Financial Review Committee do?
The Financial Review Committee (FRC) is tasked with reviewing the financial documents submitted by the various non-for-profit organizations applying for grants each year. If you have experience in evaluating and analyzing financial statements and budgets, you may want to serve on the Financial Review Committee. Click here to send an email to our administrative assistant with your name and contact information and noting your interest in the FRC.
Grant Review Committee Calendar
All dates subject to change. Locations to be announced.
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