We are 100 Women Who Care - North Macomb

Join us at our February 6th meeting!

Join us Monday, February 6h from 7-8pm at Washington Township Municipal Offices on Van Dyke North of 26 Mile, Washington, MI 48094. Meetings are no longer than one hour. Sign up by filling our commitment form or just come check out the meeting to see what its all about. Share a local charity we should consider giving a donation to (here's an overview of charity info to share).

. 2019 Meetings will take place on Wednesday, February 6; Thursday, May 2; Tuesday, August 13; and Monday, November 4.

Learn more about this new women's group and the opportunity to get involved and make an impact locally. Ready to get involved, fill out our commitment form on our online committment form page. Have questions, email us at 100womenwhocarenorthmacomb@gmail.com

We are a growing group of local women who are interested in supporting our community by combining donations to support local charities.

All women from all walks of life and different financial backgrounds are welcome. As a group we have the ability to contribute to the growth of our community in ways that we never before thought possible.

We invite you to become a part of this powerful group to have a positive impact on those in need.

Our First Donation to the Beautiful ME Charity

(check out all our donations here)

2018 Play Place for Autistic Children and Ryan Rocks Adventures Donations

100 Women Who Care was started in November of 2006 by Karen Dunigan of Jackson, MI as a brilliantly simple way to raise money efficiently and quickly for local charities/non-profits/worthy causes. Her group of 100 women, at their first meeting, each wrote a check for $100 directly to a charity, raising $10,000 to buy 300 new baby cribs for an organization in their city. Since then, they have grown to over 200 members. Karen has been interviewed on CNN and other women in cities all over the country continue to form 100 Women Who Care chapters.

Our neighbors in Greater Rochester have inspired us! This video demonstrates what is possible when 100 women with $100 get together for 1 hour.