Meeting dates for 2020

Here are our meeting dates for the remainder of 2019 and into 2020.

  • Wednesday, February 19, 2020
  • Wednesday, May 20, 2020 - CANCELLED
  • Wednesday, August 19, 2020
  • Wednesday, November 18, 2020



Our February 20 meeting is still on!

We urge our members to exercise caution when driving in difficult road conditions, but please be advised that our scheduled meeting for Wednesday, February 20 will proceed at normal. We hope to see you at Puddicombe House for socializing from 6:30pm. Our regular business begins at 7pm.

Be safe!



Congratulations to 100 Women Who Care Wilmot Councillors

Cheryl Gordijk, Jennifer Pfenning and Angie Hallman pose with the Kim Campbell statue at Castle Kilbride in Baden.

We congratulate 100 Women who Care Wilmot executive member Cheryl Gordijk on talking her place with two other women on the newly-elected Wilmot Township Council.

100 Women Who Care member Angie Hallman was also elected to Council in the 2018 October vote.

A warm congratulation to both Cheryl and Angie.



Thinking Outside the 100 Women Box

Learning about the various charities that impact the lives of people living in Wilmot Township is only one of the benefits of 100 Women who Care Wilmot. And although there can only be one “winner” for each meeting, even the charities that fill the “runners-up” places can gain.

Such was the case at the August 2018 meeting. Presenting for the third time, the early literacy program Strong Start for Reading gained the most members’ votes, leaving the meeting with $10,000. But for one of the runners-up, K-W Habitation, it was also a windfall.

One member was so impressed with K-W “Hab’s” presentation, that she privately forwarded a cheque for $10,000 to support the organization’s community garden.

100 Women who Care Wilmot applaud this thinking “outside the box.”  We encourage members who hear a presentation on any given meeting, (whether it gains the most of members votes) and wish to give to that cause, to do so privately.

We encourage such initiative.   



Saluting our Junior Members

The 100 Women who Care Wilmot organization is unique in that since our inaugural meeting in August of 2016, we have recruited and welcomed 10 Junior members.

- Junior members are usually the daughter/niece/neighbour of an adult member.
- They hold the same privileges as adult members.
- Junior members usually fall into the age brackets of between Grade 5 to Grade 12.
- They are each entitled to vote to choose the charity selected to receive 100 Women donations.
- Junior members are encouraged to nominate charities to be considered for our support. Their nominations follow the same guidelines are adults.
- Where an adult member contributes $100 each meeting, the junior member’s share is $10.00 per meeting.
- Junior members learn the value of supporting their community and how they too can make a difference in the world in which they live.
Waterloo Region Reporter Valerie Hill will be attending our May 2019 to meet our Junior members as she will be writing an article celebrating these valued youth.



« Previous - page 1 of 5 - Next »