Recently we have seen a drop in numbers and consequently have not reached our goal of donating $10,000 to the deserving winners. Every $100.00 donation helps one more child or one more person in desperate need. Please make every effort to come to the July meeting on: Tuesday, July 3rd at the Bay Gardens Beach Resort. Mix and Mingle 6pm meeting 6.30 to 7.30 If you cannot attend please ensure your donation is delivered to Trudy Glasgow or Mairi Low or go on-line and deposit directly. Information for on-line donations at the bottom of this page.
Are you a Woman Who Cares?
How often do we hear people say, "I'd love to do something to help others but what can I do. I am just one person and i don't know where to start." Well here is that opportunity to help those in need in St Lucia.
100 Women Who Care is a group of women who care deeply about the St Lucia community. The group gathers four times a year for a one-hour meeting, and each member donates $100EC to a charity that the group selects. This combined donation of $10,000EC, once there are 100 members, makes a real impact, without time-consuming fundraising events and planning. Our mission and our hope is to provide for those in greatest need in St Lucia. We hope you will join us at our next meeting to see how easy and fun it is! There are over 170 Chapters in North America and Mexico with more being added everyday.
100 Women Who Care is for you if:
You don’t have time in your busy life to volunteer but have been wanting to help those in need, and you can commit to one hour every three months;
You are committed to helping others in the community;
Want to be a part of a powerful group of local women making an immediate, direct, and positive effect on the lives of our neighbours;
You are involved with other groups but are interested in meeting other women philanthropists in St Lucia;
Want to learn more about the many worthy community service programs and organizations serving St Lucia;
You want your $100 donation to become a part of a larger amount of money by joining together with other women—creating a powerful impact in our local area.
You wish for 100% of your contribution to go directly to local charities.
If one, or all, of the above applies then complete a commitment form to become one of 100 Women Who Care, St Lucia!
------------------- To join 100 Women Who Care St Lucia, complete a Membership Formand return it via email to Valerie Jenkinson, or bring it to the next meeting. To nominate a charity for consideration, complete a Nomination Form and return it via mail, or email at least two days before the next meeting. You must be at the meeting, and be a member, to put a name in the hat and speak about the organization.
Upcoming Meetings: We will meet: Tue April 11th, 2017 • Tue, July 11th, 2017• Tue, October 10th, 2017, Tue January 16th, 2018
Want to mail a cheque? If you missed the meeting, didn’t send anyone in with your cheque, or just forgot to bring your cheque, please mail your $100 cheque made out to Mairi Low and Valerie Jenkinson :
Mairi Low, Treasurer C/o J.E. Bergasse & Company Ltd JEB Bldg, Vide Bouteille PO Box 102, Castries, St Lucia
Donation options: 1. Cash at meetings. 2. Cheques at meetings or can be emailed to address above. Please write cheques to: Valerie Jenkinson and Mairi Low 3. Dropped of at JE Bergasse or at the Office of Trudy Glasgow in Rodney Bay or at the Bay Gardens Beach Resort. Please ensurte you mark the envelope clearly to 100 Women St Lucia. 4. E-transfer option : Bank of St Lucia Acct 51183 913 E-Transfers can be made to Account Name Mairi Low & Valerie Jenkinson Address Rodney Bay, Gros Islet Bank Bank of St Lucia Bank Address Castries-Gros Islet Hwy, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia Account Number 511183913 Swift BSLULCLC
Our books are always open and transparent and can demonstrate that 100% of all your donations has gone to the winning charity, none to administration. Thank you. at firstname.lastname@example.org
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We look forward to seeing you all again on October 16th 2018
July winning charity: Pawasol Pour Ti Mamai
Thank you all for your continued support. If you did not make your donation last quarter could you please make it at the meeting in October.
We are delighted that 100 Women member Dr. Takira Glasgow has agreed to make a brief 10 minute presentation at the conclusion of the meeting on 5 Things you did not know about diabetes. We will try and wrap up the meeting a little early but if you have to leave no problem. We had such a positive response to the talk on Alzheimer that we decided we would try to offer small talks pertinent to women at some of our meetings
Cheque Presentation to World Paediatrics
I hope you will all agree that the last meeting on April 3rd, our third anniversary, was very special. The band from the Boy's Training Centre enlivened our mix and mingle and really showcased the difference our donations can make. Thank you to all our Founding members who were recognized with "Founding Member" pins.Trudy tells me she has been wearing hers and lots of people have asked about the organization. Please be an ambassador and wear yours with pride. if you were not able to attend the meeting you will be presented with your pin at the next meeting July 3rd. A cheque for $10,100 was presented at the meeting to GrowWell and will be used in their remedial reading programme. I have volunteered in the past in the programme and it still confounds me that there is so much need and so many children left behind. I am delighted we can help in this area. The winner this quarter was Blind Welfare. Apart from a moving presentation outlining the huge number of people whom the organization has helped over the years, it became a foregone conclusion as to which charity would win when Sue Allamby representing another nominated charity, Pawasol, stated though Pawasol needs money, the need at Blind Welfare was at this time dire as so much of their funding has been cut. She ceded the floor and urged members to vote for Blind Welfare. This was an extremely caring and generous gesture and I am sure Pawasol will be a winner again before too long. If you haven't yet made your donation and are able o do so please get your contribution to Mairi Low or Trudy Glasgow as quickly as possible. Blind Welfare was almost at the point of having to close its doors for lack of funds. They do tremendous good in the community so every $100 we raise will help.
Our next meeting: Tuesday April 11th 2017 @ 6.00 pm at the Bay Gardens Beach Resort, Conference Centre RSVP email@example.com
Come and bring your friends and colleagues.
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