The first 100 Women Who Care group was formed in November 2006 by Karen Dunigan of Jackson, Michigan, USA. At their first one-hour meeting, the Jackson 100 Women Who Care group raised $10,000 to buy 300 new baby cribs for an organization in their city! Karen’s legacy lives on through the expansion of 100+ Chapters ut the world. She saw people for their strengths and realized that when 100 or more people come together in a room, each person becomes a powerful force for doing good work while lifting up your community. We are each strong in our own right, but together we are stronger. Karen knew this, applauded it and was so very proud of 100 Women Who Care.
There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.
In early 2016 three dynamic women from Milton decided to make an impact in their community. Dr. Heather Jones, Liane LaBarbera and Joy Paterson all individually learned about the unique charity “100 Women Who Care” and immediately felt motivated to create a local chapter. Together the three women have launched 100 Women Who Care Milton and are excited to link arms with other local women and give back to the community they all love.
We keep the methodology simple and easy. 1 hour of your time X 4 times a year X $100 donation to the one of three charitable organizations the group has chosen to support each time. You will even have the opportunity to nominate your favourite charitable organization for consideration at the next meeting.
100 Women Who Care Milton is for every women who desires to directly support local charities in Milton.
By signing up for membership, we are asking for your commitment to supporting 4 one-hour meetings in one year at $100 each meeting (tax receipts will be sent to you by the charitable organization you supported).To become a member of 100 Women Who Care Milton today please complete the Commitment Form.
We’d love for you to join us at our next meeting. Please feel free to come out as a guest and see how it works before you need to join and make a commitment to the group. If you have any questions about the group Contact us today.
The 100 Women Who Care Milton concept is simple.
♥ We meet. ♥ We connect.
♥ We vote. ♥ We donate.
This is a grassroots mobilization of fundraising for community-focused impact. We are not a registered charity, non-profit organization or club. We are simply volunteer facilitators who provide a forum for local women to connect, and support local charities in a dynamic way.