The History of 100+ Women Who Care
Karen Dunigan (1952-2014) founded the first 100+ Women Who Care in 2006 in
the city of Jackson, Michigan.
The rules at the quarterly meetings were simple, any member could present a need
in the community, the need had to be immediate and the money had to remain local.
The idea was that a worthy cause benefits many in the community.
Karen saw people for their strengths and realized that when 100 or more people
come together in a room, each person becomes a powerful force for doing good
work while lifting up your community.
We are each strong in our own right, but together we are stronger.
Karen knew this, applauded it and was so very proud of 100+ Women Who Care.
Karen’s legacy lives on through the expansion of 100+ Chapters throughout the world. There are now more than 600 chapters either fully operational or under development by volunteer facilitators, which include women, men, people and kids chapters - WOW!
100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent
Rachel Raspburg &
Quinn O'Hara Lassaline
We believe in our community.
We believe in the power of 100 women.
By joining us in our passion to support our local community, we will be able to make a HUGE local impact.
We came back to CK
We grew up together as friends in Chatham Ontario. After both of us completed the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, we returned to our hometown to raise our children and to work.
We are very happy to be able to facilitate the gathering of such a special group and we are reaching out to the many kind-hearted women of Chatham-Kent with the hope you will join us as a committed member of
100+ Women Who Care Chatham-Kent.
Rachel & Quinn
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