We give where we live!
Watch our impact grow, meeting by meeting
100 Women Who Care Rural Wellington is a group of women who live in rural or small-town Wellington County and the surrounding area who care deeply about our community and are passionate about contributing to its health and vitality.
Each calendar quarter, we meet for one hour and each member makes a $100 donation to a local charity voted on by the members.
1 hour + $100 x 100 women = $10,000! x 4 = $40,000 per year
invested in Rural Wellington and surrounding area!
Now that’s a winning formula!
Just think of the difference it could make to our many deserving local charities. It couldn’t be simpler, more fun, or have a more powerful effect, and you can be a part of it.
By combining our resources, we can build a bridge between those in need and the charities able to help. Together we can make a huge impact.
Be a part of something special and make a real and lasting difference in our community.
Countdown to Our Next Meeting (March 16, 2020) + $10,000 For A Local Charity
100 Women Who Care Rural Wellington is for you if:
You want to contribute to worthy causes in your community but aren’t sure how to fit volunteering into your schedule.
You can commit to one hour every three months.
You want 100% of your money to go directly to a local charity.
You want your $100 donation to be part of a large amount that can create powerful change in your community.
2020 Meeting Dates
Monday, December 16, 2019
Selected Charity: Crime Stoppers Guelph-Wellington
Grand River Raceway
Monday, September 21, 2020
Save the date!
Facility location and sponsor to be announced.
Collectively, we’ve donated $11,000 to Free to Grow, a program of the Children’s Foundation of Guelph Wellington.
Thanks to Colin Burrowes of The Minto Express for attending our inaugural meeting in Palmerston and sharing the story with our community. Click here to read the full article. Photo courtesy Colin Burrowes
Thanks to Caroline Sealey and The Wellington Advertiser for their coverage of our Rural Wellington chapter. We appreciate the support as we work to spread the word about our chapter! Click here to read the full article.