A new organization in Northern Door County has been making a big impact in the community. 100+ Women Who Care is a national organization that gives money to non-profit organizations. The Northern Door County chapter was launched in March of 2018 by co-founders Peggy Reinecke and Ann Morgan. The group meets four times per year to pick a non-profit organization that impacts the Northern Door County community. Each member of 100+ Women brings $100 to each meeting and all the money goes to one non-profit. The next meeting is on Monday and 100+ Women of Northern Door is now up to 239 members. Reinecke says not only do deserving organizations get the funds they need but it also helps women learn about philanthropy.
Monday’s meeting will start at 5:45 PM at the Kress Pavilion in Baileys Harbor. 100+ Women will pick from three organizations to donate the money. They are BookNook Gardens, Boys & Girls Club Door County and Door County Medical Center Auxillary. So far they have donated $7,600 to STRIDE, $11,200 to the Sunshine House, $13,300 to HELP of Door County and $14,000 to Door CANcer.
Pictures courtesy of Ann Morgan