100 Women Who Care raise $8,400 at inaugural meeting

Group members are committed to donating one hour and $100 at each meeting to help support local charities.

  • May. 21, 2015 8:00 a.m.

The first meeting of 100 Women Who Care Saanich Peninsula raised $8,400 from their 84 founding members at the group’s first meeting May 6.

The group meets once every three months, with each member committed to donating one hour and $100 at each meeting to help support local charities.

The Cridge Centre for the Family was the first recipient of the Saanich Peninsula group’s efforts, with founding members presenting the money to the organization May 14.

New members are always welcome.

For more information, visit 100womensaanichpeninsula.com.

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