To all our members: give yourselves a big hug from us for stepping up and being a part of this special group of women making a difference in our community! We've already been able to donate a combined $4,800 directly to charities after our first Two Chapter Meetings!
This is so exciting, and we want to continue to celebrate the success of our collective giving power even during the challenging times brought about by Covid-19. We understand that financial situations may be difficult for our members right now, so we want to offer an alternative way to give, in lieu of our canceled May 2020 Chapter Meeting.
We have chosen two previously nominated charities which made presentations during a past meeting, but did not receive the collective donation at that time. If you are able to, please join us by donating to one of those charities via the PayPal links below.
Community Assistance Center of Montgomery County
Please understand this is optional and will not be counted against membership standing.
Members may choose one (or both..it's up to you), and donate an amount with which you are comfortable.
See below for more information on these organizations
We just want to thank all of you for being a part of 100 Women Who Care - North Houston and making all of this possible. We miss seeing your faces, and we can't wait to gather again in the Fall. As always, please feel free to contact us via the website, email, or facebook. We love to hear your suggestions, comments, and nominations. And please help us spread the word, so we can come back stronger with even more Women Who Care!
JoyRide Center in Magnolia, TX is passionate about helping people with different abilities find more joy in life through equine-assisted activities and therapies. While they have had to keep their doors closed to clients right now due to the Covid-19 outbreak, their 4-legged staff members still need care every single day, and they are very much in need of help to cover the costs of looking after the herd.
www.cac-mctx.org The Community Assistance Center provides the resources to meet basic needs and improve quality of life for our neighbors in Montgomery County. They do this through their food bank, resale shop, and basic needs/crisis intervention and case management. As you can imagine, with the unemployment numbers rising, the demand for their services is increasing exponentially, and they can use all the help they can get to provide the basic necessities to those in need in our community.