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A donation of $200, 4 hours/year

that’s all it takes to help a charity close to your heart!

We are a non-profit organization with a goal of bringing women together to leverage small, individual donations into larger, collective grants to invest in Northumberland-based charities.

HOW IT WORKS

Each member commits to donating $50, four times a year (annual charitable donation of $200).


Donations must be made in advance of or at the start of each meeting.

Any member who has signed a Membership Commitment Form and who is current with her donations may submit a Charity nomination form to nominate an organization for consideration at a meeting.

Three registered charitable organizations will be drawn at the end of each meeting to be considered for the next vote. Members will then vote for one of these charities at the following meeting.

The nominating members will make a five-minute presentation about the organization to the group and a Q&A session will follow.

Each member who has signed a Membership Commitment Form and who is current with her donations may vote (by ballot) for one of the three organizations. Votes may be made by proxy by another member or via email.

The organization to receive the most ballots will receive a collective grant in the amount of the membership contributions at the time of the meeting, for example, 100 members will generate a grant of $5,000.

Members who did not vote for the selected organization agree to make their donation regardless.

Members will receive a tax receipt from Local Food for Local Good (the coordinating organization).

Become a Member

Join 100+ Women Northumberland and make a difference in our community! Once you’ve submitted the online form you will receive a welcome email with your membership number, a listing of upcoming meetings and information about how to make your donation and how to nominate a charity. Continue reading “Become a Member”

Nominate a Charity

Only 100+ Women Northumberland members who have submitted a Membership Commitment Form and who are current with their donations may submit a Charity Nomination Form to nominate an organization for consideration.


To nominate a charity please fill out our online form, or download our Charity Nomination Form to fill out in Word and submit to 100womennorthumberland@gmail.com.

DOWNLOAD CHARITY NOMINATION FORM

All questions must be answered in order for the nomination to qualify.

100+ Women Who Care Northumberland Grant Policy
 
We provide grants to charitable organizations or foundations registered with the Canada Revenue Agency that provide programs and services in Northumberland County.  Religious organizations or faith-based groups may be eligible as long as the grant request is for the sole purpose of secular community initiatives.  We do not support religious, discriminatory, lobbying, or political activities.

Continue reading “Nominate a Charity”

Upcoming Meetings

2021 Meetings

Given the current public health restrictions related to COVID-19 and based on member feedback in the 2020 survey, we have decided to revise our meeting schedule to accommodate outdoor social gatherings in warmer months if/when permitted.

We will organize our meetings at outdoor venues while following all public health guidelines.  In the case of a lockdown and/or pandemic restrictions we will host our meetings virtually via ZOOM.

Social hour 6pm-7pm

Grant meeting 7pm-8pm

April 27, 2021 – Location TBD

June 8 2021 – Location TBD

September 14, 2021 – Location TBD

October 19, 2021 – Location TBD


Nominee Profiles

Collective impact grants are generated by the donations made by 100+ Women Northumberland members. 100% of these gifts are donated directly to a charity of choice as selected by the members. Based on membership, a grant can be $5,000 or greater!

The following charities will be up for vote at our next meeting. For more information about the charities, please click on the charity’s name to visit their website.

Horizons of Friendship

horizons of friendship

FishAbility Sports Club

fishability sports club

St Vincent de Paul – Northumberland 

society of saint vincent de paul