The 100 Who Care Alliance began in 2006 when Karen Dunigan of Jackson, Michigan, designed a simple and efficient way to support local charities. She gathered 100 women who each wrote a check for $100 directly to a charity. In one hour, that group raised $10,000, and the receiving charity was able to purchase 300 new baby cribs for their organization. Today, there are over 650 chapters established around the globe using the same model to make huge impacts in local communities.
Our Clay County chapter was launched in the Fall of 2020 by a group of women who desire to support the community by combining our donations to impact local not-for-profits. Collectively, we have the ability to impact our community in ways we never before thought possible.
We will gather 4 times a year, for one hour each time, to build relationships with local charities and support them financially. We’d love for you to join us! If you’re interested, please complete this form.
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Since 100+ is not a 501(c)3, Impact Clay serves as our fiduciary sponsor. Members will write checks, pay cash, or make online donations to Impact Clay who, in turn, writes checks directly to the not-for-profits we specify as awardees.
Learn more about Impact Clay here.