January 15, 2018
Ann Caine of Sunrise Therapeutic Riding & Learning Centre drew names of nominated charities who made a presentations at our January 2018 meeting.
Lisa Hood presented on behalf of the Guelph Public Library.
Tara Kanerva presented on behalf of Beginnings Family Services.
Barb Tremblay spoke in support of Hope House.
Ann Caine said “Thank you!” on behalf of Sunrise Therapeutic Riding & Learning Centre with a moving presentation.
Diane, Tannis, Sharon and Miriam pose with a cheque which represents the 100WWCG donation to Sunrise Therapeutic Riding & Learning Centre from our October 2017 meeting.
Three-year pin recipients were happy to receive their pins and commemorate their accomplishment with a photograph. Sponsor Stephanie Birt of Blue Ocean Office Supplies and Solutions (far right) participated in the ceremony.
Stephanie Birt, owner of Blue Ocean Office Supplies & Solutions is the sponsor of our commemorative pin initiative.
October 16, 2017
Our first meeting of Year Four started out with a pre-meeting networking session. Healthy snacks were available and members spent time chatting and making connections.
Our registration table was open at 6:00 pm. Volunteers enjoyed some refreshments while waiting for members to arrive.
As the room filled up, we waited in eager anticipation.
Ann Caine gave the first presentation of the evening, on behalf of Sunrise Therapeutic Riding & Learning Centre.
Laura Greenway-Balnar presented on behalf of Hopewell Children’s Homes.
Liz Kent, Executive Director of VSW said “Thanks!” to 100WWCG for their July donation to “Project Lifesaver”.
Sharon Lewis presented a 100WWCG cheque to Liz Kent of VSW and Robin Smart, the nominator of our July chosen charity, “Project Lifesaver”.
Some scenes from our Chosen Charity for October…
Tannis presents a cheque from 100WWCG to Ann Caine and friends at Sunrise Therapeutic Riding & Learning Centre.
July 10, 2017
Claire D’Arville presented on behalf of Focus on Nature. Their mission is to inspire young people to explore and connect with the natural world, using these outdoor experiences to enhance development of technical photographic skills.
Suzanne Longpre presented on behalf of Better Beginnings, Better Futures. Their multicultural approach strives to meet the needs of the Onward Willow community, offering programs and client support in more 29 languages.
Diane Nelson congratulates Robin Smart, nominator of Victim Services Wellington, in support of their Project Lifesaver program.
Dawn Matheson, interdisciplinary artist and former board member of Ed Video, says a wholehearted “Thank you!” for our April donation, which purchased audio and video equipment to support upcoming local video projects.
Liz Dent, director of Ed Video and Interdisciplinary Artist Dawn Matheson pose with a big cheque which represents the April donation from 100WWCG!
April, 10, 2017
Robin Smart spoke on behalf of Victim Services Wellington, in support of their Project Lifesaver program.
Greta Haanstra spoke on behalf of The Life Centre (Daily Bread For Everyone)
Liz Dent Spoke on behalf of Ed Video.
(Clockwise from the left) Marie Dennison, Regional Director of Start2Finish, poses with Sharon and Tannis an a ceremonial cheque, expresses her wholehearted thanks for the 100WWCG January donation and displays the contents of backpacks purchased with that donation.
October 3, 2016
Irene Szabo presented on behalf of Trillium Waldorf School
At our October meeting, 100 Women Who Care Guelph listened to three fascinating and well-prepared presentations and after voting, we donated $15,000 to the Guelph chapter of the Association of Parent Support Groups of Ontario (APSGO).
Robin Smart presented on behalf of Victims Services Wellington
Rosemary Fernandez-Walker presented on behalf of the Guelph chapter of Association of Parent Support Groups of Ontario (APSGO),
Sharon Lewis presents our Meeting 9 donation to Rosemary Fernandez-Walker, nominator of the Guelph chapter of Association of Parent Support Groups of Ontario (APSGO),
Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington executive director Michelle Martin and program co-ordinator Thayna Walker express their thanks to 100WWCG for their July donation
Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington said a wholehearted “Thank you!” for our July donation
Post-meeting networking is a great way to connect!
At our July meeting 100 Women Who Care Guelph donated $15,100 to Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington, in Support of their Minds in Motion program.
Diane presents a cheque to Robin Smart, the nominator of Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington
Thanks to Tanya Darisi of The O’Halloran Group, we have a wonderful 100 WWCG Banner! Look for it at a Trade Show near you, as we continue to broaden our reach.
Our new 100 WWCG Banner makes its debut!
At our April 2016 meeting, 100 Women Who Care Guelph donated $14,600 to the Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition’s North End Harvest Market. The pictures below show just how much that donation was appreciated!
Happy volunteers with a big cheque from 100WWCG
Busy harvest market volunteers
Nominator Linda Cowbrough at the North End Harvest Market
North End Harvest Market sign says it all…
It was cold outside (it is Canada in January after all), but our smiles were beaming and our hearts were warm as we made the presentation to Family & Children’s Services.
Brrrrrr(ing) on the hot chocolate!
Their sign says it all – from all of them to all of us.
With much appreciation, from Family & Children’s Services.
Our January meeting saw the introduction of two new initiatives, a “Charity Table” where members can leave information about local charities for the membership to check out, and an after-meeting networking event sponsored by our very own members Sandra Lastovic of The Mortgage Centre and Irene Szabo of Royal City Realty.
Where to find out about local charity initiatives.
Great women getting to know each other!
Year two began Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis being our next lucky charity.
Sly Castaldi, GWWIC Executive Director gives us a heartfelt thank you.
Enjoy this end of year photo – a sampling of some of the finest, most compassionate and caring women in Guelph!
A wonderful sampling of the many women who make up 100 Women Who Care Guelph
Our inaugural year finishes up with a $12,500 donation to Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis. On to year two, so stay tuned for more pics of excited, happy and grateful charities.
Tannis Sprott (left) presents a delighted Sly Castaldi (right), Executive Director of Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis, with a $12,500 donation for their Transitional Housing and Support Program from 100WWCG.
Check out this snap shot of our most recent winning charity – Michael House, on January 12, 2015.
Paola Monico (presenter), Rosemarie Coombs (Michael House Executive Director, and Sharon Lewis (100 WWCG Founder)
Check out these photos from our amazing launch on October 28, 2014 – a great time was had by all!
Sharon, Diane and Tannis
The 100 WWCG Team!
The Registration Desk hard at work
Love that line up!
Look at all that busy cheque writing!
Hospice Wellington Art Therapy Program
Our very first winning charity!