Impact100 award


Thank you Impact100 Sonoma!
Sustainable Sonoma awarded $10,000 as Impact100 Sonoma Grant finalist. 


Along with Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance, Sustainable Sonoma was a finalist for the Impact100 Sonoma grant, receiving $10,000 in support of our effort to innovate the way local business and health organizations, nonprofits, labor groups, government agencies and other stakeholders can work together towards making positive change.

We are proud that one of our core partners, La Luz Center, received the $100,000 grant. Congratulations! 

We are grateful for this grant from Impact100, in part because it shows how our community is moving beyond only focusing on individual programs and short-term solutions. Sustainable Sonoma is a long-term solution, a new level of collective impact, acting together across interest group lines.
— Caitlin Cornwall, Sustainable Sonoma Program Director

Now in its 9th year, Impact100 is one of the most potent philanthropic groups in Sonoma Valley, with a major grant of $100,000, plus several smaller grants, issued each year. Previous grantees include many Sustainable Sonoma partners: La Luz Center, Sonoma Valley Teen Services and Sonoma Land Trust.

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