Can you believe it’s time to show our school spirit and for our children to return back to school! Doesn’t seem possible, but it’s always good to get back into a routine. With 100 Women Who Care, our routine is giving a great amount of money, quarterly, to help the local non-profit 501c3 organizations of Putnam County to continue strengthening their services and projects!
So far, in 2016, we’ve been able to share our gifts with Area 30 Culinary Program and the Cloverdale Marching Emerald Band. It has been a joy to watch these two organizations thrive and do something that doesn’t come around often. The future of Putnam County looks promising.
100 Women Who Care is a group of women that are from or have Putnam County ties. We share the common desire of watching our community stay alive. Each member gives $100, 4 times a year to 4 different non-profit organizations. What’s neat……..each one of us giving $100 means a potential $10,000 gift 4 times per year! That’s amazing!!! We need you to join in, getting our enrollment back to 100+! If you love Putnam County, acts of kindness and giving back then this group is for you!
Our next meeting will be held at The Inn at DePauw on Wednesday, August 3, 2016! We start the evening at 5:00pm with a social hour. A time to mix and mingle, meet other women, enjoy a nice appetizer buffet and cash bar! Then, at 6:00pm, we start our meeting where we nominate and hear 3 organizations’ desires for the 100 Women’s gift. We’ll also have a report from a past recipient, which is always nice to hear back from past winners! We’ll finish up the evening at 7:00pm with the announcement of our newest August 2016 recipient! Wear your favorite school spirit shirt, scarf, etc. to show support for all of the county schools!
For questions, contact any one of the steering committee members: Julie Thompson, Elaine Peck, Suzanne Masten, Kelli Croan, Emily Knuth, Kate Knaul, Allison Creekmore, Gwen Morris, Cheryl Selvey,or Beva Miller.
Membership forms can be found on this website under the Membership Information tab.