Portland, December 9th, 2014. 100 Women Who Care Portland is a group of women who care deeply about the Portland community and want to do something about it. It meets once a quarter for 1 hour and donate up to $10,000 to a selected non-profit. The new nonprofit joins many others across the country and offers opportunities to women who, “Don’t have time in their busy lives to volunteer but have been wanting to help those in need, and can commit to one hour every three months.”
100 Women Who Care Portland of Founder, Annemie Williams, presenting a donation to David's Harp representatives, Mary Kautzer, Program Manager and Becky Hubbard, Board Chair.

100 Women Who Care Portland of Founder, Annemie Williams, presenting a donation to David’s Harp representatives, Mary Kautzer, Program Manager and Becky Hubbard, Board Chair. 

The Portland Chapter of 100 Women Who Care held its first meeting on Tuesday December 9th at the Northwest Natural Gas 4th floor Hospitality Center 220 NW 2nd Ave, Portland, OR. 28 women attended. After presentations by 3 members the group voted that David’s Harp would be the first recipient of funds donated by the members.
From The Portland Chapter of 100 Women Who Care:
The next quarterly meeting of 100 Women Who Care Portland is Tuesday March 10th, 6:30-7:30, social hour and registration from 5:30-6:30. All women committed to making a difference in our community are welcome to attend. For more information about 100 Women Who Care Portland, please visit our website http://annemiewilliams.wix.com/100wwcportland or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/100wwcportland.   
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