Chosen Charities History

Curious as to who have been the past recipients of our donations? You came to the right place to find out!

Can a Chosen Charity Be Nominated Multiple Times?

Did you know that every time a charity is chosen to receive our 100WWCG donation, it cannot qualify to be nominated again for three full years?  This guarantees that all local charities have a greater chance to receive financial support from 100 Women Who Care Guelph.

Now that we are past the three year mark, a previously chosen charity becomes eligible again each quarter. Take a peek below to see (highlighted in red) which ones are available to be nominated again.

31) June 22, 2022 – Compass Community Services

30) April 12, 2022 – Nightingale Centre for Grieving Children, Youth & Families

29) January 25, 2022 – Sanguen Health Centre (Guelph Community Health Van)

28)  October 5, 2021- YMCA of Three Rivers

27)  June 29, 2021 – Torchlight Services

26)  April 12, 2021 –  North End Harvest Market

25)  January 24, 2021- Guelph Chalmers Community Services Centre

24) October 6, 2020 – Guelph Black Heritage Society

23)  July 13, 2020 – The Children’s Foundation of Guelph-Wellington

22)  January 9, 2020 – Food4Kids Guelph

21)  October 17, 2019 – Family & Children’s Services of Guelph and Wellington County
(The Children First Fund)

20)  July 10, 2019 Hospice Wellington

19)  April 17, 2019Society of St. Vincent de Paul

18)  January 15, 2019Rainbow Day Camp

17)  October 15, 2018The Drop In Centre

16) July 16, 2018Shelldale Family Gateway

15)  April 23, 2018 –  VON Waterloo Wellington Dufferin

14)  January 15, 2018 –  Guelph Public Library

13)  October 16, 2017 –  Sunrise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre

12)  July 10, 2017 – Victim Services Wellington’s Project Lifesaver

11)  April 10, 2017 Ed Video

10)  January 9, 2017 – Guelph chapter Start2Finish

9)  October 3, 2016 – Guelph chapter, Association of Parent Support Groups (APSGO)

8)  July 11, 2016 AlzheimerSociety Waterloo Wellington in support of their Minds in Motion program

7) April 11, 2016 – Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition’s  North End Harvest Market

6) Jan. 11, 2016Family & Children’s Services Transitioning Youth Program

5) Oct. 5, 2015 – Dunara Homes for Recovery Inc.

4) July 13, 2015 – Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis Transitional Housing and Support Program

3) Apr. 13, 2015 – Rainbow Day Camp

2) Jan. 12, 2015 – Michael House

1) Oct. 28, 2014 – Hospice Wellington Art Therapy Program   www.hospicewellington.org/