|A List of Previous Grant Winners
- 2006: Pecar Health Center-Over 47,000 prescriptions were dispensed at the Eskenazi Health Center Pecar in 2011. Just over 42,000 prescriptions were filled in both 2012 and 2013. The pharmacy opened in 2006 with an Impact 100 grant of $152,000.
- 2007: Craine House-Craine House moved into a new home in September 2013 and has achieved a recidivism rate of 20% when the national average is 60%. In 2007 their Impact grant of $102,500 developed a program to reduce generational substance abuse.
- 2007: Indy Reads-In 2012, Indy Reads provided free tutoring and literacy assistance to 1,400 adult students in central Indiana-a 400% increase since receiving $102,500 in 2007.
- 2008: Horizon House-The $104,000 grant winner is the only full-service day center in Central Indiana, serving an average 3,000 homeless neighbors each year.
- 2008: Herron High School-Herron High School was listed in the top 5% of all public high schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report's April 2014 "Best High Schools" index. In 2008 $104,000 from Impact 100 purchased art and music equipment.
- 2009: Outreach, Inc.-Outreach has worked with over 2,085 homeless young people in Indianapolis since receiving Impact 100's $100,000 grant in 2009. The transformational support of the GOAL program helped Outreach guide 192 youth to graduate from high school or earn a GED.
- 2010: Rock Steady Boxing-Rock Steady Boxing now has affiliates in 22 communities around the United States and in Toronto, Australia and Italy fighting the crippling effects of Parkinson's disease. Boxing equipment to expand their client base was purchased with the $100,000 grant from Impact 100.
- 2011: Outside the Box-Outside the Box is thriving in its 14,000 square foot facility serving more than 200 individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and a staff of 40. The facility was renovated in 2011 with $100,000 from Impact 100.
- 2012: Jameson Camp-In 2012 Jameson Camp served more children than ever before: 429 summer campers and 2,411 youth in Outdoor Education classes for a total of 2,840 children. The 2012 $100,000 grant from Impact 100 created new outdoor play areas.
- 2013: Tindley Collegiate Academy-In the fall of 2013, Tindley opened the first all-girls middle school in the state of Indiana, serving a majority African American population, on the east side of Indianapolis. The Impact 100 $100,000 grant purchased equipment for a STEM lab for 400 girls at the school.
- 2014: Social Health Association-Social Health Association will launch their newly named Step Up for Kindness™ program before school begins after receiving $100,000 from Impact 100 in 2014. This bully-prevention program will reach 30,500 boys and girls ages 5-14 in Central Indiana.