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Membership

Impact Champion Member

  • Women who contribute $1,500 – $1,999 (Let us know if you’d like to give more as you could designate additional amounts to go to grants.)
  • 100% of $1,000 donation going toward grants
  • The increased amount of $500 or more supports operating expenses
  • May participate on grant review committee and other member events as desired
  • Determines how the grant pool is distributed through voting process at Grant Award Night (or via absentee ballot)
  • Receives free registration to Grant Award Night

Become a Champion Member with voting rights:

Impact Plus Member

  • Women who contribute $1,100 – $1,499
  • 100% of $1,000 donation going toward grants
  • The “plus” amount of $100 or more supports operating expenses
  • May participate on grant review committee and other member events as desired
  • Determines how the grant pool is distributed through voting process at Grant Award Night (or via absentee ballot)

Become a Plus Member with voting rights:

Impact Member

  • Women who contribute $1,000
  • 100% of $1,000 donation goes toward grants
  • May participate on grant review committee and other member events, as desired
  • Determines how the grant pool is distributed through voting process at Grant Award Night (or via absentee ballot)

Become a Member with voting rights:

Renew your membership through our Member Portal orJoin as a New Member through our Member Portal

Impact Shared Membership

  • Two to four women share one voting membership for $1,000 plus a $20 per person administrative fee
  • Determines how the grant pool is distributed through voting process at Grant Award Night (or via absentee ballot)
  • One “voting member” is designated for the group, but the group may collaborate on how they wish to distribute the grant pool
  • Only one member of the shared membership may participate on a Grant Review Committee.  All group members may participate in any other committees and Impact events.

Become a Shared Member:

Looking for someone to share a membership with you?

    •  Click SharedMembershipFindMe to learn more and help you identify women also interested in forming a Shared Membership.

Non-voting Grant Contributor

Grant Contributions

  • Donations by non-members for a minimum $1,000 or greater, in hundred-dollar increments
  • Donations are placed in the Impact SA grant pool
  • Does not provide voting rights or the right to serve on a Grant Review Committee

Become a Non-Voting Grant Contributor through our Member Portal


Sponsorships

  • Because all membership contributions go directly to grants, we rely on the support of sponsors for our events and general operating expenses.
  • Women, men, and businesses may become underwriters of specific events (in kind or financial) or general sponsors through financial contributions to assist with operations. Learn about our Sponsorship Levels and Benefits.

Become a Sponsor of Impact:  contact underwriting@impactsanantonio.org


Friend of Impact San Antonio

  • Women, men and businesses may become a “Friend” of Impact by contributing at least $100 during the year to help cover operating expenses
  • Contributors at this level do not have voting rights and may not serve on a Grant Review Committee but may participate on other committees and attend Impact events

Become a Friend of Impact through our Member Portal


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The ‘impact’ these women are making in bettering our community – and specifically for CAMP, in helping us strengthen and inspire individuals with special needs and those who care for them – is simply remarkable.
– Dr. Brandon Briery,  Chief Program Officer, Children’s Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP)


“Because of this grant from Impact SA, these students from Title I schools are experiencing classical music for the first time in their life. They then have an opportunity to participate in other YOSA programs with students from all over San Antonio, thus engaging with students from outside their own neighborhood.
– Steven Payne, Executive Director, Youth Orchestra of San Antonio (YOSA)

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