2019 list of 100 Women Who Care N. Dundas charities just announced

Above, Last year's winning charities. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

Kelsey Smith
Nation Valley News

NORTH DUNDAS — There are less than three weeks until the second annual 100 Women Who Care North Dundas event goes ahead, May 9. Word was spread today through emails and social media announcing the six deserving charities who will make their pitches to the 100+ female group. The six hopeful organizations include:

Canadian Cancer Society – SDG & Prescott RussellWheels of Hope Transportation Program
Amount Requested: $5,000

Carefor Health and Community ServicesEco Friendly Meal Packaging for Carefor’s Meals on Wheels
Amount Requested: $9,531.32

Chesterville & District Agricultural SocietyHorse Show Ring Fencing
Amount Requested: $2,500

Community Food ShareHealthy Choices Program
Amount Requested: $10,000

North Dundas District High SchoolOutdoor Courtyard School Project
Amount Requested: $10,000

Winchester District Memorial Hospital FoundationAmbulatory Care Spot Monitor
Amount Requested: $6,500

For more information on the charities and their projects visit the 100 Women Who Care North Dundas website.

Committee Chair, Diane Crummy, says this year’s edition will run very similar to last year’s. “The only difference will be when the ballots are being counted we will be having the three winning charities back to thank and show their completed projects.”

As per last year each charity will have up to three minutes to pitch their initiative to the 200 women. Once each organization has finished, the voting will begin. During the tallying of the votes, last year’s three winning charities will be welcomed back to share their experiences and the results of their completed projects.

Crummy also disclosed that the men’s chapter is set for September 26.

Best of luck to everyone!



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