About Us

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Are you interested in making a positive impact within the Oakville community, but have limited time and resources to give? If so, then 100 Women Who Care Oakville might be for you!

 

Founded in 2013, 100 Women Who Care Oakville is one of more than 600 similar groups located worldwide that focus on coordinating funding for local, community charitable organizations. We gather at quarterly meetings for one hour to hear three short presentations on local nonprofits in need. Members vote and each person e-transfers or writes their cheque for $100 directly to the chosen nonprofit resulting in a collective, impactful donation.  

 

The group is run entirely by volunteers with no administrative fees solicited from members. This way 100% of the donation goes directly to the charity.

 

Membership is always open!

 

what we do

We bring Oakville’s caring, giving women together for 4 one-hour long gatherings  per year. Each member commits to donating $100 per meeting. By vote, we choose one hardworking local charitable organization to donate the entire pool of money to, meaning the selected organization may receive a group donation of $10,000 or more.

 

This giving circle concept isn't restricted only to women! Check out our local chapters;

www.100teenswhocareoakville.com

www.100guyswhocareoakville.com

 

Interested in joining?

 
 

contact info

 

LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE 2019

Co-Directors

Michaela Hutchison -  Curator/Ambassador/Sponsorship& Donations/Website

Catherine Smith - Treasurer/Membership

Nomination Manager: Lisa Lanoue

Social Media/Communications Guru: Arden Jobling-Hey 

Volunteer Coordinator: Mary Siemiesz 

Venue Coordinator: Darlene Goren

Meeting Emcee: Carole Bertuzzi Luciani

 

Mailing Address:

100 Women Who Care Oakville

C/O Catherine Smith

1235 North Service Road W,

Unit 100

Oakville, Ontario

L6M 2W2

 

Email: 100womenwhocareoakville@gmail.com

Website: www.100womenoakville.com

 

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