1 Charity ... 1 Hour ... 1 Big Blessing For Our Community
WHO WE ARE
100 Women Making a Difference is simply, a group of women who gather 4 times per year to make a donation of $100 each, to a local nonprofit organization. When these individual gifts are combined, they are amplified and become a powerful force for doing good work in Norwalk, OH & surrounding communities of New London, Greenwich, North Fairfield, Willard, Monroeville, Milan, Wakeman.
100 Women Making a Difference is for you if:
You don’t have time in your busy life to volunteer but have been wanting to help those in need.
You can commit to one hour 4 times a year.
You want 100% of your donations to go directly to a local nonprofit.
You want to leverage your $100 donation to become a part of a larger amount of money by joining together with other women.
You would like to meet other women in our communities.
You are looking to volunteer or join a board but are unsure which nonprofit would be a good fit. Every meeting we will feature 3 nonprofits. Many are just getting started and your support would make a huge impact
Our next meeting will be April 12, 2023! We will meet at Norwalk High School, Large Group Instruction Room (Fisher-Titus Room). It's located at 350 Shady Lane.
We would love to have you join our 100+ members!
Click on the "Join Us" tab at the top of the page to become a member!
100 Women Making A Difference
Meetings for 2023
July 12, 2023
LGI Meeting Room
Norwalk High School
CONTACT 100 WOMEN MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Get in touch with 100 Women Making A Difference.
Norwalk Arts Center was chosen first from the basket at our February meeting! Mary Lisa Boose explained about their mission to provide arts education & experiences for both children & adults in our area. There are several age appropriate activities available for all. The NAC group is also continuing to work on our theatre to one day be able to enjoy Theatre in Norwalk, Ohio!!!
Community Life & Innovation provides services to adults with developmental disabilities, uplift direct care staff who care for people with disabilities & invests in the local community. Holly Binkley said CLI has programs to help clients build skills that may help in getting jobs & they also provide transportation for their needs.
Artist Open Studio provides local adult artists with developmental disabilities a space to express themselves through art, especially painting & ceramics. Their artwork is available for sale at their studio on Main St.! AOS provides paint supplies for the artists & are in the process of installing a kiln to fire their ceramics in house.
AOS is our winner!!!