WE MEET FOR ONE HOUR, FOUR TIMES A YEAR, ANd write A CHECK FOR $100.

 Any member can nominate a local non-profit, whose name is put into a hat.  Three names are drawn at random at each meeting.  The 100 Women Who Care member who nominates the organization makes a 5-minute presentation about the cause.  Each member casts a vote on which non-profit organization to support. 

THE NON-Profit that gets the most votes receives ALL THE CHECKS, MADE OUT TO THEM ON THE SPOT!

On each of four nights during the year, these 100 Women Who Care  can give up to $10,000 to a local charity, non-profit, right here in the Butler and Beaver County communities. It’s fast, simple, and amazingly effective. We invite you to attend any time as a guest to see how it works and decide if the group is right for you.

A FEW SIMPLE RULES:

  • We each donate $100 per meeting (That comes out to just over $1 a day each year). You may form a team and each donate $50 per meeting, however, each team will only get one vote.

  • Each of the three charities selected from the hat will be given 5 minutes to make a presentation at the meeting. This presentation must be made by a member of the 100 Women Who Care group.

  • If you are unable to attend any given meeting during the year, please give your check to a member to deliver on your behalf or mail it in after the meeting.

  • By ballot, the group will vote, and the majority rules.  All checks will go to the charity that receives the most votes.  You must be a current member to cast a vote!

  • No national charities will be considered, however, local branches of national charities are eligible for consideration. Groups must have 501(c)3 non-profit status.  The purpose is for 100% of the contribution to stay in the Beaver and Butler County communities.

  • Only three charities will be presented at each meeting.

  • A year after being selected by the group, charities can re-submit their names for consideration.

 

No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.
— Charles Dickens