In 2006,100+ Women Who Care was started in Jackson, Michigan by Karen Dunigan. It began as a simple way to quickly raise money for a local charity in need of baby cribs. She rallied her network of friends and assembled a group of 100 women. Each woman wrote a check for $100 directly to the charity. In one hour, they raised over $10,000 that would buy 300 new cribs. When Karen realized how easy it was to raise money for this cause, the idea of 100+ Women Who Care was born. The original 100+ WWC chapter has since grown to more than 200 members and there are now chapters all across the country.
100+ Men Who Care South Florida was established in January 2017 by Joe Costello and Paul M. Sallarulo. Inspired by Karen Dunigan, 100+ Men Who Care South Florida has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family.
Every chapter meets once per quarter, at which time each member has the chance to nominate a charity for donation. Three charities are randomly selected and presented to the group which then determines the recipient by majority vote.
'100+ Men Who Care wants to have a significant impact on our local community by raising money in an easy, efficient manner with no overhead or administrative costs.'
100+ Men making an Impact, One Local Charity at a Time!
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