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100 Women Who Care stronger than ever as it passes $200K-mark in donations
100 Women Who Care Ottawa stronger than ever as it passes $200K-mark in donations
Nearly 70 local charities have received funds from all-female philanthropic group over past five years
100 Women Who Care continues to have a direct and positive impact on the lives of others
February 6, 2018
There’s no charity too small or too obscure for consideration by 100 Women Who Care Ottawa, a group of women who share a common desire to give back and inspire local philanthropy in their community.
100 Women Who Care Helping 3 MORE Charities!
January 31, 2016
Want to help out as many as three charities in just one hour? Come to the Feb. 8 meeting of 100 Women Who Care, and you’ll have fun with another 99 women while supporting one of these great groups:
A Top-5 List of Reasons to Join 100 Women Who Care!
September 11, 2015
100 Women Who Care Ottawa meets Monday, Sept. 14 at the Heart & Crown, 353 Preston St., with a social hour beginning at 5 p.m. and the meeting running from 6 p.m. to 7. The group is always looking for new members and has compiled a Top-5 list of reasons to join.
100 Women Who Care Begin Year 2 after raising nearly $50k in Year One!
April 24, 2015
100 Women Who Care Ottawa meets Monday, Sept. 14 at the Heart & Crown, 353 Preston St., with a social hour beginning100 Women Who Care will start its second year in operation with a meeting on May 4. The organization, which launched in May 2014, has had a successful first year, raising nearly $50,000 and helping 12 grassroots Ottawa charities.at 5 p.m. and the meeting running from 6 p.m. to 7. The group is always looking for new members and has compiled a Top-5 list of reasons to join.
100 Women Who Care: Upbeat Section
"45 Minutes, 3 charities and $11925 - Not bad for the inaugural meeting of 100 Women Who Care Ottawa. The fundraising group held it's first meeting Monday night at the Heart and Crown on Preston. The money raised goes to help support Empathy House, Ottawa-Carleton Lifeskills, and the Shephards of Good Hope. The group will meet four times a year, with each woman promising to donate $100 to one of the featured charities. Learn more at the Facebook page WomenWhoCare Ottawa"
100 Women Who Care Helping Set for May Launch
Challenge made. Challenge accepted. Inspired by 100 Men Who Care, a group of Ottawa women is launching its own fundraising group based on the $100-cheque-in-the-hat model.
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