Impact 100 Garden State "Meet & Mingle"

"The power of one multiplied by many creates an impact that can change lives." Any woman who shares a desire to make a difference in her community is invited to Meet & Mingle with like-minded women of Impact 100 Garden State on Tuesday 1/7 at 6:30PM in Chatham. Impact 100 unites women's ideas and actions through philanthropy, and fund transformative grants that meaningfully enable local nonprofits to expand and enhance their outreach and services. Come hear our story over wine & cheese in the comfort of an Impact 100 member home.  Address will be provided, and other Meet & Mingle dates, when contacting: RSVP@impact100gardenstate.org.

Contact Information
  1. France Delle Donne
  2. member@impact100gardenstate.org
Tue, January 07
6:30 pm — 8:00 pm
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"The power of one multiplied by many creates an impact that can change lives." Any woman who shares a desire to make a difference in her community is invited to Meet & Mingle with like-minded women of Impact 100 Garden State on Tuesday 1/7 at 6:30PM in Chatham. Impact 100 unites women's ideas and actions through philanthropy, and fund transformative grants that meaningfully ...

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