Literacy DuPage was selected as the recipient for the November 2018 donation. Literacy DuPage recruits and trains volunteers to tutor adults who wish to improve their English speaking, listening, reading, and/or writing.
November 2018 Celebrates Five Years of Giving!
The November 2018 meeting marks the five-year anniversary of 100+ Women Who Care - Elmhurst Area. The first meeting was held in November 2013, selecting the Northern Illinois Food Bank as the first donation recipient. The group began with 121 members, and has donated almost $300,000 since that first meeting. We are grateful to all who have been involved throughout the five years, and to Angelo's Ristorante for graciously donating our meeting space.
100+ WWC donation funds Emergency Assistance for DuPage residents
The August 2018 quarterly donation from 100+ Women Who Care was given to Peoples Resource Center (PRC), an organization established in 1975 to bring neighbors together to respond to hunger and poverty in DuPage County. PRC counts on their large team of over 2500 volunteers to provide nutritious food and other basic needs including clothing and rent assistance for people facing difficult times. The money donated by 100+ Women Who Care will be used for the Emergency Housing Assistance Program, to help people facing housing crisis.
Bridge Communities Expresses Gratitude for 100+ WWC Donation
Amy Van Polen, Resource Development Director and Suzanne Thibeault, Director of Case Management from Bridge Communities welcomed representatives from 100+ Women Who Care Elmhurst Area to one of their local apartment buildings to thank the group for the donation. Bridge Communities provides transitional housing to families as they support them to self-sufficiency by providing mentoring, housing, and supportive services. The donation will support two families for one-year. - June 2018