100+ Women Who Care Peterborough


Thursday, January 28
6:30 to 7:30 pm

Registration begins at 6 pm
Monadnock Country Club, 49 High St., Peterborough, NH

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100+ Women Who Care Peterborough

We are a group of local women who want to support our community here in the Peterborough area. We come from all walks of life and different financial backgrounds, all with the same goal of making a very large impact in the health and growth of our community in ways we never before thought possible.

Our original mission was to reach out and help our community by finding 100 or more women to each contribute $50 four times a year in order to give $20,000+ annually to local charities. We're surpassed that original goal of 100 women, and now we're aiming for 200. Just think of the impact that could have on our local communities! All charities and organizations up for consideration must be in the Peterborough area, including the towns of Jaffrey, Dublin, Greenfield, Temple, Antrim, Sharon, Hancock, Francestown, Harrisville, Nelson, Rindge, Bennington, and Peterborough. The idea is to keep it local and have an impact that WE can SEE in our communities!

Is 100+ Women Who Care right for you?

This group may be right for you if:

  • you don't have time in your busy life to volunteer but want to help those in need;
  • you want 100% of your donations to go directly to a local charity;
  • you want your donation to become a part of a large amount of money by joining together with other women—creating a powerful impact in our local area.

On October 22nd, in one hour, we Women Who Care
raised a potential $6,650 for
Monadnock Developmental Services.

Our next meeting is Thursday, January 28, 2016

Please join us at the Monadnock Country Club, 49 High Street, Peterborough, NH from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Registration begins at 6:00. Feel free to arrive early to meet other caring women. Read more about the meeting on our Meetings page.


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