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Our History

karen dunigan founder, history of 100 WWC

100 Women Who Care began in 2006, in the town of Jackson, Michigan. It was after an offhand comment during a business lunch that a woman named Karen Dunigan decided to take action on a need. She knew that by herself, it was a big task, but by inviting others?  Well, the rest is history… […]

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How It Works

woman holding sign of amount raised for 100 women who care colorado springs

100+ Women Who Care Colorado Springs is speed philanthropy without the little back dresses, planning meetings, or fundraisers! Our local giving circle has already donated nearly $350,000 to provide for those in the greatest need. This is one Colorado Springs women’s group that blesses so many in our city. Becoming a member of 100 Women […]

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Become A Member

The POWER of 100. Simple Concept. Big Impact. What is Speed Philanthropy? 100+ women Who gather 4 times a year For 1 hour Each honoring our commitment Watching presentations from 3 local non-profits Voting on the non-profit of our choice Presenting $10,000+ to the winning charity! Interested in membership? Membership is easy! All we ask […]

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Where We Meet

We meet quarterly at The Warehouse Restaurant . Conveniently located just east of I-25 and the Cimarron exit. We are always in need of SPONSORS to provide the cost of the meeting space and light bites. There will be a cash bar opening at 5:30pm. Come early to meet your fellow Women Who Care and […]

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Receiving Charities

The purpose of 100 Women Who Care is to provide financial support to local charities within the area of each chapter. Specifically for us, local charities in Colorado Springs. We do not donate to national or international non-profits. In order to be considered for nomination in one of our quarterly meetings, a potential recipient must […]

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Sponsor Opportunities

One of the best parts about 100 Women Who Care is that 100% of the donations are given to the non-profit chosen in each quarterly meeting. Not a penny of it covers overhead or administration costs. You know exactly where your donations are going. That being said, our sponsors and volunteers are a critical part […]

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