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of your donation, as part of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent, goes to the charity/nonprofit chosen assisting the people of
The collective donation is given symbolically by our group of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent;
each member receives a charitable tax receipt for their individual contribution.
Running Donation Total since August 2016= $227,875.00!
August 2021: We happily presented Meals on Wheels with our collective donation of $11,525.00!
"We are incredibly grateful to the 100 Women Who Care for their generous support of the Chatham Kent Meals on Wheels program. Keeping seniors well nourished and safe in their homes during the pandemic really highlights the critical role Meals on Wheels plays in the lives of seniors."
~ Jessica Smith, Executive Director, St. Andrew's Residence
May 2021: A donation of $12,000.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care CK was presented to The W.I.S.H. Centre!
"We are extremely grateful for the 100+ Women Who Care for their generous donation. This will allow us to restart programs providing children with the social and physical activities safely during COVID, a beginning to restarting all youth programs within our community centre.
On behalf of WISH Centre staff and directors: Thank you."
~ Jamie Ireland, Program Manager of The W.I.S.H. Centre
February 2021: 100+ Women Who Care CK selected R.O.C.K Missions to receive our collective donation of $12,025.00!
"This is FABULOUS news! The ROCK Missions team will be ecstatic! They are the most giving and compassionate people I've ever met. These funds will enable them to continue to do the outstanding work to help the less fortunate in our community. It's a very good day."
~ Sue Cummings, 100 Women Who Care CK Nominating Member and Volunteer with R.O.C.K. Missions
November 2020: 100+ Women Who Care CK selected VON Chatham-Kent's Kids' Circle Program to receive our collective donation of $11,725.00!
"Thank you for caring! Kids’ Circle is a unique charitable program that specializes in illness and bereavement support for children and teens at no cost to the client. Kids’ Circle provides support in one-on-one settings for children (under the age of 19) and group support, who are either experiencing a life-threatening illness themselves, that of a loved one, as well as other experiences of bereavement. The COVID 19 pandemic has been difficult for adults to deal with but it is especially challenging for the children and teens who are emotionally fragile due to an illness they have or someone they love is dying. Due to COVID, safety has trumped our normal service delivery processes but thanks to the generosity of community donations and 100 Women Who Care, we have been able to adjust our programming, ensuring that all services can still be delivered while following all recommendations from the Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit, keeping everyone safe. On behalf of the Kids’ Circle Program clients and their families we thank your members so much for this wonderful gift."
~ Erin Crow, Kids’ Circle Program Coordinator
August 2020: Through online voting, 100+ Women Who Care CK selected The Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation to receive our collective donation of $12,000.00!
“Overwhelmed with the thoughtfulness of 100 Women Who Care, especially during these uncertain times. Our Hospice families have no choice but to deal with end-of-life and the pandemic. This means a lot to me and our Hospice families that call Hospice 'Home'. Thank you!”
~ Jodi Maroney, Executive Director, Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation.
May 2020: Though our meeting was cancelled, many of our 100+ Women Who Care members chose to donate towards the local food banks with the May 16th Miracle for a contribution of $6,700.00.
April 1, 2020: A donation of $11,725.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Rotary Club of Dresden for the Dresden Kinsmen Community Splash Pad. Please click the picture to be redirected to the Splash Pad's Facebook Page.
"Thank you so much to you all. We truly appreciate the support your group has given us in helping reach our goal. This new splash pad and playground area will bring so much joy to our community."
~ Meg Robinson, Dresden Kinsmen Community Splash Pad Committee Chair
Dec. 16, 2019: A donation of $13,150.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Sandwich Guys, a Gregory Drive Alliance Church Street Frenz charitable program. For more information about the Sandwich Guys please click here.
“Thank you so much! This will ensure we will be around for years to come! This is so good - thank you - I'm speechless!”
~ Thom Maxwell, Sandwich Guys Co-Leader.
Sept. 18, 2019: A donation of $12,725.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to Restorative Justice Chatham-Kent for the Positive Strides Programs. Please click RJCK logo for more information.
“We are incredibly grateful for the contribution made by 100+ Women Who Care CK – THANK YOU to each and every one of you! It’s an honour to have Restorative Justice Chatham-Kent be recognized as a worthy recipient of such a generous community donation. These dollars will directly support the delivery of our Positive Strides Programs – a collection of seven FREE educational programs that give local children and youth all across Chatham-Kent the tools and social skills they need to be successful at home, school, and in the community. These programs are positively impacting the lives of local kids every single day, and this contribution will go a long way in helping support upwards of 170 kids through Positive Strides in the coming year!”
~ Cecily Coppola, Executive Director, Restorative Justice Chatham-Kent
June 12, 2019: A donation of $12,375.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Chatham-Kent YMCA for the Strong Kids Campaign.
“A sincere thank you to all the ladies who are part of the Chatham-Kent 100+ Women Who Care for this generous gift. We are very lucky to have such great volunteers like Barb (Nominating 100WWC.CK Member) who are very passionate and believe in the great work we do at our Y. With summer camp approaching, this donation will allow us to help even more families across our CK community. Thank you!”
~ Amy Wadsworth, Chatham-Kent YMCA General Manager
Mar.19, 2019: A donation of $11,925.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Friends of the New Animal Shelter for their new build.
"We are grateful to 100 Women Who Care. We believe that this shelter will have a significant impact on all of the residents of the CK community."
~ Lynn McGeachy, Chatham-Kent Animal Shelter, Project Manager
Dec. 13, 2018: A donation of $12,500.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Chatham-Kent Women's Centre for their Emergency Shelter Program, Nancy’s Place and the Child Witness Program.
"This is such a wonderful donation and opportunity to provide support to the many programs and services to assist abused women and children in Chatham-Kent. Each year the Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre assists over 1,000 women and children from our community who seek emergency shelter. The support we received is not only a wonderful monetary gift, but truly shows our clients the support from our community and the desire to end violence and abuse against women and children."
~ Karen Hunter, Executive Director, Chatham-Kent Women's Centre
Sept. 14, 2018: A donation of $12,000.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent
was made to the Chatham-Kent Goodfellows Shoe and Boot Program.
"Very appreciative of the donation which will help provide 1300 kids with boots or shoes for this Christmas! It's groups like 100+ Women Who Care that make our mission "No Child Without a Christmas" easier."
~ Tim Haskell, President, Chatham Goodfellows
June 15, 2018: A donation of $11,450.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who
was made to Chatham Hope Haven.
"We feel truly blessed and are especially touched that the women in the community are concerned about the men who are struggling and depend on the Haven. Thank you so much!"
~ Wanda Bell, Communications Coordinator, Chatham Hope Haven
MARCH 6, 2018: A donation of $10,725.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to Scouts Canada for an all-season cabin at Camp Catarqui.
The cheque presentation was made to members of the Chatham 19th Scouts Canada Group and representatives from the Camp Cataraqui committee from across Chatham-Kent.
DEC. 21, 2017: A donation of $10,750.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to Shepherd's Way Inn.
"We are overwhelmed. Thank you."
~ Theresa Nadeau, Founder, Shepherd's Way Inn
SEPT. 14, 2017: A donation of $10,550.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to Outreach For Hunger.
"Outreach for Hunger is overwhelmed by this tremendous gift. Thank you to everyone who made it possible."
~ Brenda LeClair, Executive Director Outreach for Hunger
JUNE 23, 2017: A donation of $10,550.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Newcomer Youth Program at Adult Language & Learning.
"We are very excited at Adult Language and Learning to have received this wonderful donation of $10,550 towards our programming!
Thank YOU to all the wonderful 100 Women Who Care!"
FEB. 22, 2017: A donation of $8,525.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Delta P.A.L.S Program at the Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village.
"The organizers of Delta P.A.L.S.(Philanthropy, Anti-Bullying, Leadership, Self-Love and Love for others); Tabitha Jennings & Tiffany Lovell would like to express their sincerest appreciation for the support from 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent of this much needed camp program in Chatham-Kent. We look forward to 2017 Camps!"
DEC. 19, 2016: A donation of $7,850.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Music Therapy Program at the Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent.
“The Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent is thrilled to have been chosen the selected charity by the 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent for December 2016. The impact you will make to our Music Program will be far reaching. It will help us with the cost of iPods, purchasing music and distributing the iPods to those in our Day Programs, In-Home Respite Care, Rest and Retirement Homes and to Long Term Care. Due to privacy, we cannot show our own programs, but to see the effect of music on those with dementia, please watch this documentary: ALIVE INSIDE On behalf of our clients, caregivers, staff and board of directors,
we offer our most sincere thank you!”
~ Mary Ellen Parker, CEO of the Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent
SEPT. 8, 2016: A donation of $5,100.00 on behalf of 100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent was made to the Mental Health Program at Chatham-Kent Children’s Services.