A new chapter of 100+ Women Who Care is starting in northern Door County with the first voting meeting scheduled for July 16 at the Kress Pavilion Great Hall in Egg Harbor at 5:45 pm. 100+ Women Who Care (100+ WWC) is a community of dynamic women who want to make a big impact with a small investment while learning about charitable giving opportunities in Northern Door. Their goal is to keep meetings fun and efficient with the formal meeting conducted in less than an hour preceded by a social gathering.
100+ WWC was started in 2006. There are more than 550 chapters worldwide and more than 200 being started. The structure is simple and efficient. The goal is to bring 100+ women together that contribute $100, four times a year to make a meaningful contribution to the local community. Women also have the option of creating teams of two ($50 per team member per meeting) or teams of four ($25 per team member per meeting).
The next meeting is Oct. 15 at the Kress Pavilion. Meetings start with a sign in and social hour at 5:45 pm. Formal meeting begins at 6:30 pm. Meetings last about 45 minutes. For more information visit 100wwcnortherndoor.org, email [email protected], or call Ann Morgan at 608.239.0648 or Peggy Reineck at 920.680.8280.