100 Women Who Care Midlands SC donates $7,500 to The Women’s Shelter

December 29, 2020

1100 Women Who Care Midlands SC, at their final meeting of 2020, voted to support The Women’s Shelter in Columbia with a donation of $7,500. Members of 100 Women Who Care Midlands SC presented their checks directly to Kathy Riley, Executive Director. The Women’s Shelter focuses on “a comprehensive ministry specific to homeless women”.

With over 100 current members, 100 Women Who Care Midlands SC formed a chapter in the Midlands at the beginning of 2018 and is continuing to grow their membership. 100 Women Who Care Midlands SC meets once quarterly for one hour and gives all donated monies to local non-profits in the Midlands of SC. Our members come from all walks of life and varying financial backgrounds with a simple desire to make an immediate, direct, and positive impact in our communities.

Members commit to giving one hour of their time each quarter to learn about local non-profits that are nominated by each member. Each member then agrees to support, financially, the local non-profit selected among those nominated and voted on, donating their money directly to the selected non-profit each quarter. The combined giving of each members contribution makes a powerful impact locally. In addition to The Women’s Shelter, the Midlands Chapter donated $6,500 to Harvest Hope, $6,275 to Mission Lexington, and $7,550 to Katrina’s Kids this year as well. Closing out their third year, they have donated a total of $69,325.00 to 12 Midlands Organizations.

100 Women Who Care Midlands SC invites women in the Midlands to become 1 of 100. If interested in learning more, contact Leslie Clark at [email protected]


About 100 Women Who Care Midlands SC

The first 100 Women Who Care group was formed in November 2006 in Jackson, Michigan. From this first meeting, an international movement began and there are currently more than 750 chapters of 100 Women Who Care, 100 Men Who Care, 100 People Who Care, and 100 Kids Who Care making a huge impact in communities throughout the world. In 2018 a group of local women brought the program to the Midlands of SC and the group is growing and having a positive impact throughout the Midlands.