Our Three Nominated Charities Make Their Pitch!
Due to ongoing COVID 19 concerns, 100 Women Who Care Guelph decided to replace our “in person” July meeting with a “virtual” nomination and selection process. To that end, we invited nominations for local charities to make presentations to our group. New nominations were vetted and previously qualified charities were also considered. Sharon and Tannis drew names from a hat and created a video announcement which was circulated to members.
We may not have a meeting room or a microphone for this meeting, but as part of our “virtual” nomination and selection process, the three charities selected in our nomination draw have been invited to make a brief written presentation to describe the work they do and how they would make use of a donation from 100 Women Who Care.
Karyn Kirkwood presents on behalf of
Children’s Foundation of Guelph-Wellington
Cyndy Forsyth presents on. behalf of
Guelph Community Foundation’s Youth Hub Flow Through Fund
Lorna Ronald presents on behalf of
Lakeside Hope House