Our goal is to support the wonderful non-profit and charitable organizations that work at the grassroots level in Kamloops and the surrounding area.
We don't stop at 100 Women -- we welcome as many members as we can get! The more women who become involved, the greater the impact we will have on those who live, work and play in our communities. Join us and experience that magical feeling of knowing that you directly impacted the lives of many who live in our community!
Being a member of 100 Women Who Care Kamloops is rewarding -- personally and for our communities in the TNRD. Meeting like-minded women, networking AND helping a local charity all in one night? What could be better, right?
Hop on over to the "Make a Difference" page at the top of this website to register as a member and join us at our next meeting.
Shannon Wallis - (250) 372-5327
Maryanne Bower - (778) 257-1442
Bobbie Harrison - (250) 377-4291
"As both a member of 100 Women Who Care and working with the BCSPCA (May 2018 recipient), the 100 Women Who Care make a huge positive impact in our community. The networking of women doing great things in Kamloops and area inspires me and I am grateful to participate in this great group!"
- Lisa Fuller
those in need
Work with members in your community to make a difference
OVER $221,600 raised and climbing!
We want to be part of a community that believes in the spirit of giving. Kamloops has a long and proud history of being a caring community that has fantastic, engaged citizens -- we also have great needs that aren't being met by private and public funding. There are so many incredible, hard-working organizations that stretch every penny and every volunteer hour they can get to support our growing city.
At 100 Women Who Care Kamloops, we encourage our members to "lean in" to giving back. We know that everyone gives back in their own way -- some of us have time, others skills. Our members are able to give back financially.
We encourage everyone to lean in by donating $100 every three months ($400 annually), and if they find an organization they click with, to start leaning in and volunteer their time or skills.
100 Women Who Care Kamloops has been raising funds to support non-profit charities in the Thompson Nicola Regional District since November 2014. Our funds have supported organizations that are devoting their energies to passionately advocating for and helping the hungry, needy, and those with a serious health crisis.
Driving grassroots awareness and encouraging others to get involved is important to us.
Our goal is to support the wonderful non-profit and charitable organizations that work at the grassroots level in the Thompson Nicola Regional District (TNRD). There are so many groups that are working to make our communities better, healthier, stronger places to live that don't get all the funding they need to achieve their operating goals.
We are one of the first 100 Women Who Care chapters in British Columbia (Kelowna and Penticton beat us to the punch). We are extremely proud of our community and everyone who lives here. We want to help as many people as we can!
The 100 Women Who Care movement is exploding across Canada, the US and around the world, with over 650 chapters actively working to better the lives of those who live in their communities. Men, kids and teens are also beginning to jump onto this simple and effective way of giving back.
For the complete list of Chapters, visit the 100 Who Care Alliance.
Thank you very much to the 100 Women Who Care Halifax Chapter for your advice and guidance as we established our Chapter of 100 women who truly do care!
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Changing our community for the better, one woman and one dollar at a time!
for the future
Meetings are held at the Delta Hotel by Mariott (formerly Hotel 540) as well as via Zoom. Check-in begins at 5:00pm, with the meeting beginning at 5:30pm.
2021 Meeting Dates
Monday, February 1, 2021
Monday, May 3, 2021
Monday, August 30, 2021
Monday, November 1, 2021
The 100 Who Care movement began in 2006. To learn more about the founder and the history behind this movement, visit the 100 Who Care Alliance. We fell in love with the simplicity of the 100 Women Who Care model and knew that it was a great fit for Kamloops. After researching other chapters and sharing our vision of how Kamloops could benefit from a home-grown chapter, our inaugural meeting was held in November of 2014.
100 Women Who Care Kamloops