Archive | December 2015

Out with the old, In with the New!

Farewell 2015!  Our community is blessed by another great year!  Putnam County is truly a place that holds many hearts and has a very bright future ahead!

Happy New Year Putnam County women!  We are off to planning our next year of events for the benefit of our local 501c3 non-profit organizations!  To be a part is simple.  If you like to give generously to see your community thrive and you want to learn about what Putnam County non-profits do and you like meeting new faces or reconnecting  with familiar faces then this is the group for you.  As a member, you could possibly win $10,000.00 for the Putnam County 501c3 organization you are involved with or even passionate about!

So far, in 2014 and 2015, this group of women have been able to give over $100,000 back to greater causes than ourselves.  It has only taken the group meeting 4 times per year for 2 hours (1 hour is social hour) to accomplish this kind of impact.  Not to mention, the men of Putnam County have also joined in this effort to give back graciously.

Here is a reminder of the groups we’ve been honored to partner with:

Beyond Homeless, Inc.-Gobin Summer Enrichment Reading Program-Putnam County Humane Society-Putnam County Emergency Food Pantry-The CASTLE Arts Program-St. Andrew’s Non-Food Pantry-Special Olympics-Transformers-AKinetic Change!

If you are interested in trying something new this 2016 year, then seek more information about 100 Women Who Care at or contact a steering committee member to find out more.  We’re here to help and happy to do so.

Julie Thompson:

Emily Knuth:

Cheryl Selvey:

Kelli Croan:

Beva Miller:

Elaine Peck:

Suzanne Masten:

Caitlyn Milliman:

Kate Knaul: