May 17 Meeting Recap

Thanks to all of you that were able to attend the meeting last evening. There was a lot of positive energy in the room which was great to see.
The selected charity was Alzheimer’s Society of Peel.

Our goal from the beginning has been to get to 100 Members as quickly as possible. We have a great core group of about 65 Members and we would really like to see that number grow. One of our long standing members, Lina Colucci, spoke passionately at the meeting about what 100 Women means to her and she has challenged all of us to bring a friend, neighbor, colleague, relative to the next meeting to get us to our goal. if each member brings one person to the September meeting, we will reach our target of 100 members and it will definitely increase our impact in the community.

Thank you all for your continued support of our chapter and if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Also please make sure you follow us on Facebook and Twitter for meeting updates and information on upcoming events in our community.

Challenging everyone over the summer to mention the 100 Women of Mississauga group to your friends and family. It’s a great topic to bring up at the summer BBQ. Let’s reach 100 members for our September meeting.

January 26th Meeting Notes

Armagh House was chosen at the January meeting and was presented with $6000 from 100 Women Who Care Mississauga. Armagh House provides transitional housing for women and children who have left abusive relationships. They are a safe and supportive environment where women can rebuild their lives to one that is independent and free from violence. More information about Armagh House can be found at www.armaghhouse.ca.

September 22nd Meeting Notes

Thank you to everyone that was able to join us for our last meeting of the calendar year! We would also like to especially thank those of you that took the time to be interviewed for our chapter promotional video. The finished video is fantastic (Thank you Matthew Murray!!) and we will be making it available in the near future.

The selected charity was The Shoebox Project for Shelters – Mississauga Chapter, nominated by Veronica Marsden. Thanks to all of you we will be making a donation of approx. $6,300 to the charity. For more information about the charity please visit their website.

We would also like to thank our meeting sponsors – Cheryl Pauchuk (Best Version Media), Norma Nicholson (Ignite 4 Youth), Ron Findlay (Perpetual Rhythms Entertainment and Event Services), Jennifer (John Goldstein Photography) and of course, the Glenerin Inn.

Lastly, if you haven’t yet ‘liked’ our 100 Women Who Care Mississauga’s Facebook page, please take a moment to do so. We post information about our chapter and about events happening in our community that members are involved in. It is a great way to stay connected!

April 2015 Meeting

As seen in the local paper SNAP South Mississauga

To close out the month of May, 100 Women Who Care made a very generous donation to the Epilepsy Halton Peel Hamilton. The donation will go towards the organization’s summer camp, Sunny Days Camp, put on for eight weeks during July and August, designed for children with epilepsy and their siblings. In addition to the usual guests during the cheque presentation, the special guest of the night was Bubble. She’s a guide dog-in-training, being foster cared for until she is old enough to go on and help someone herself. Also, on August 18, there will be a golf tournament sponsored by Turtle Jacks and Car Pride Auto Spa with the proceeds going towards the Epilepsy Halton Peel Hamilton. To sign up or learn more, visit www.ehph.org.

To see more of the SNAP South Mississauga article and photos by Christina Zabanah Click Here.

January 2015 Meeting Notes

On January 27th, 2015 over 60 women got together at Credit Valley Golf Club again and raised $6,000 for Vita Centre.

Vita Centre is a registered, charitable organization dedicated to providing life affirming community support to all pregnant and parenting women in Peel. Vita Centre takes leadership in promoting awareness and understanding of the impact of unplanned pregnancy on families and the community.

Our next meeting will be held on April 23rd at the Crooked Cue in Port Credit. Please save the date on your calendars. For additional details click here.

Please continue to talk about 100 Women Who Care Mississauga with friends and family who you think may be interested. You can always feel comfortable to invite someone to a meeting as a guest if they’d like to check us out. Plus, our website 100 Women Who Care Mississauga is a great source of information about our chapter, meetings, charities, sponsors and the goal of 100 Women Mississauga. Please feel free to visit and send your friends, family and colleagues there to share our message. The more members we have the greater the impact we can make in Mississauga.

If any questions come up, please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time.

As always, thanks for your support and we look forward to seeing everyone in April!

October 2014 Meeting Donation

Located in the Square One Mall is the Square One Older Adult Centre. Within this facility is an organization called Square One Seniors Wellness Services. On October 29, following the 100 Women Who Care Mississauga chapter meeting earlier that month, co-founder Liza Provenzano and member Laurie Usypchuk visited the Centre. They met with Marketing and Community Development Coordinator, Lina Zita and Board President, Esther Williams, who graciously gave them a tour of the Centre. A great deal of activity was underway at the time, evidence that many seniors in our community use the Centre’s services.

The Seniors Wellness Services program provides support to seniors in various aspects of wellness such as running blood pressure, foot care, diabetes and hearing clinics, providing cash management support or counseling support to name a few. We were proud to present our members donation of $5,600 and support this program.

SNAP Mississauga

SNAP Mississauga

On October 14, SNAP Mississauga covered our most recent event.

…Over 50 women gathered at the Credit Valley Golf Club to network and raise money for charity. Each woman donated $100 that will all be distributed to a selected three charities. The goal is to raise $10,000 a night by reaching an ongoing attendance of 100 women per meeting. A charity is chosen at each meeting and attendees also hear from a guest speaker – the charity recipient from the previous meeting. What an amazing group of ladies! For more information or to help them reach their goal of “100 women Who Care”, contact Liza Provenzano at info@100womenmississauga.com.

To see more pictures from that evening visit the SNAP website.

July 29, 2014 2nd Meeting of 100 Women Who Care Mississauga

The local charity selected to receive our 1st 100 Women Who Care Donation was Bereaved Families Ontario.

Thanks so much to the more than 40 women who celebrated our second meeting on Tuesday, July 29th! Together we and others will make a difference in Mississauga. Put our next meeting in your calendar, Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 at 7:00pm at the Credit Valley Golf & Country Club. Registration will begin at 6:30.

 

May 6th, 2014 Inaugural Meeting of 100 Women Who Care Mississauga

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Thanks so much to the more than 40 women who celebrated our inaugural meeting on Tuesday, May 6th! Together we and others will make a difference in Mississauga. Put our next meeting in your calendar, Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 7:00pm at the Credit Valley Golf & Country Club. Registration will begin at 6:30.

The local charity selected to receive our 1st 100 Women Who Care Donation was Our Place Peel. Our Place Peel is a registered non-profit agency providing shelter, support and hope for homeless and disadvantaged youth aged 16 – 21 in the Region of Peel. Through our emergency shelter, resource room and community outreach services, we empower youth to take control of their lives, break harmful patterns, and make a healthy, new start. To learn more go to their website at http://www.ourplacepeel.org/index_corp.html.