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Impact100 Nashville Hosts The Big Reveal



Impact100 Nashville, an organization that empowers women to make transformative changes in their community, hosted The Big Reveal on June 8th at Barge Design Solutions to announce they will donate $245,000 to local nonprofits in 2022. Each member contributes $1,000 annually and has one vote to select deserving nonprofits in the community to be awarded a grant. The region is comprised of the 10 counties including and surrounding Nashville (Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson). Through 2021, Impact100 Nashville has given $573,000 in grant funds to deserving non-profits.

Members and guests heard from Lauren Dougall, CEO, Retrieving Independence, that received a $21,500 grant in 2016 to purchase a bus to transport service dogs to and from the Turney Center Industrial Complex where the service dogs are trained. 

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