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New philanthropy group donates $18,000 to Victim Services charity.
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Betty Donaher, a member of the 100+ Women Who Care South Georgian Triangle group with Major Neil Evenden of the Salvation Army. The group meets four times a year and each member donates $100 toward a charity they all agree on. Submitted photo

In one hour, a group of caring women raised $18,000 in donations for a local charity.

The group is 100+ Women Who Care South Georgian Triangle. The group is relatively new in the area, but is growing fast. They meet four times a year for one purpose: to donate $100 each to a charity they all agree on.

On April 25 the group met to make a final decision between three charities: Hospice Georgian Triangle, Victim Services Bruce Grey Perth and Big Brothers Big Sisters. The group chose Victim Services, and nearly all of the 189 women at the meeting donated for a total of more than $18,000 presented by the 100+ Women Who Care to Victim Services Huron Perth Grey.

Their last donation was $14,000 to Salvation Army.

The next meeting is Wednesday, June 13. New members are welcome to check out a meeting with no obligation to donate. Click here for more information on the group and the June 13 meeting.


Erika Engel

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Erika regularly covers all things news in Collingwood as a reporter, photographer and community editor.
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