2022 Meeting Calendar: Always the third Thursday of each quarter.
Jan 20, April 21, July 21, and Oct 20
October 20: TBD
July 21: TBD
April 21: Juneau Housing First $28,900
January 20: Juneau Animal Rescue $29,800
October 21: United Human Services $28,050
July 15: SAIL - Southeast Alaska Independent Living $23,250
April 15: Glory Hall - Shelter, Soup Kitchen, and Care Center $27,475
January 21: NAMI - Juneau National Alliance on Mental Illness: $30,150
2021 awards totaled $108,925 given directly to our community!
January 16: Juneau Carbon Offset Fund:$19,000
April 13: Family Promise: $19,100
July 16: Association for the Education of Young Children: $20,800
October 15: Polaris House: $23,550
2020 awarded $82,450 directly to our community to benefit important services and projects, one member at a time.
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Want to hear the origin story of 100 WWC Juneau?
Iola was in Homer in mid-September when her longtime friend, Debi, told her about this great organization that she belonged to. It took Debi less than five minutes to describe the concept, the Homer guiding practices, and the amount of impact they have had in the community before Iola was bowled over! She self-describes as, "not a joiner" but she loves being around dynamic women who Get Things Done! Iola had a chance to talk with Patrice who started the Homer 100WWC less than two years ago with just 23 members. At each quarterly meeting the Homer chapter asked everyone present to bring a friend to the next meeting and they now number 108 members. More than the money ($70,000) that they have contributed to their small community, they are growing and teaching philanthropy--bringing in young women with busy lives, jobs, and kids along with retirees with a long history of community building AND everyone in-between!
Iola brought this information back to her friends in Juneau, including Jane and Namoi. After Iola answered questions and shared web links from 100 Women Who Care organizations in Alaska and the country, Jane realized that this group had the potential to make a real difference in a community that she cares about through grass roots participation, efficiently and with enthusiasm.
On October 2, 2019, four women sat down for two hours and agreed to make 100 Women Who Care Juneau a reality.
And it's taken off like wildfire! More than 35 women have said "YES! Let's make this happen."
Between now and the 100WWC Juneau's first meeting this "Hamilton" song will be playing in Iola's head:
Oh, I've got to be in
The room where it happens
The room where it happens!
So please send in the commitment form and we'll see you in The Hangar Ballroom in January making things happen!
Just 9 days ago 4 women sat down for 2 hours and agreed to make 100 Women Who Care Juneau a reality. And it's taken off like wildfire--more than 35 women have said "YES! Let's make this happen."
We are planning to have our kick-off meeting in January. Once we receive signed commitment forms back the next step will be to email Charity Nomination forms to members.
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Please keep spreading the word and invite all the fantastic women you know the join us.
P.S. Fairbanks started their group a few years ago. They just passed the $200,000 mark in donations to local non-profits. Yes, that's two hundred THOUSAND dollars that stayed in the community supporting projects that make their city better for everyone!