MORRISTOWN, NJ - Cornerstone Family Programs, Zufall Health Center and Homeless Solutions, are this year's Impact 100 Garden State 2020 Grant recipients. 

Patrice Picard and Dayjahnae Rogers-Martin of Cornerstone Family Programs, Rina Ramirez and Michelle Blanchfield of Zufall Health Center, and Stephanie Cicale and Tamala Reyonds of Homeless Solutions, Inc. met in the gardens of Macculloch Hall Historical Museum to be recognized for receiving the grant.

According to the organization, Impact 100 Garden State is a women-led, all volunteer, philanthropic organization that empowers women to provide high impact, transformational grants to local nonprofits that reach under-served populations in Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, and Union counties. Each member contributes $1000 a year and that donation is pooled for collective giving. Since 2013, Impact 100 Garden State has donated over $2 million to vetted nonprofits and each member has a vote in deciding which nonprofits become grant recipients.

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