100 Women Who Care
Halton Hills is a group of women in Halton Hills who care deeply about contributing to the community's health and vitality. Each quarter, we meet for one hour and make a $100 donation to a local charity or not for profit organization voted on by the members.
At each meeting, registration and networking begin at 6:00pm. The meeting runs from 7:00-8:00pm. There is social time afterwards.
1 hour + $100 x 100 women = $10,000 x 4 times per year = $40,000 per year invested in Halton Hills.
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 and not-for-profits in a dynamic way.
100 Women Halton Hills
just hosted its 17th donation meeting
The chosen charity was
Special Olympics Halton Hills
Nov 2018 - Georgetown Bread Basket
February 2019 - Bennett Centre
May 2019 - Special Olympics Halton Hills
August 2019 - Food4Kids Halton
November 2019 - Halton Learning Foundation $9400
February 2020 - Halton Food For Thought - $7100
May 2020 - CFUW Georgetown Scholarship Fund - $5700
Aug 2020 - Norval United Church on behalf of GFORCe2 (sponsoring a Syrian family in Halton Hills)
Nov 2020 - Georgetown District Seniors Centre $5700
Feb 2021 - Links2Care $5700
May 2021 - CasHH $ 5900
Aug 2021 - Acton Food Share $5500
Nov 2021 - Food For Life $6600
Feb 2022 - Georgetown Little
Theatre $ 5300
May 2022 - Halton Women's Place $5200
August 2022 - C.A.R.E. (Community Alliance Reaching Everyone) $6400
November 2022 - Special Olympics Halton Hills $5500
A note on announcement requests on behalf of community groups, personal, and political interests…
While we appreciate your enthusiasm for wanting to share the 100 WWCHH forum to promote other causes you are passionate about, we have promised our members that we will strictly adhere to our one-hour meeting timeline. Due to this time constraint, and in fairness to all members, we must respectfully decline requests to make announcements at our meetings. Having said that, we encourage you to become a member of our organization and join us for informal networking before and after each meeting.