Caring is sharing

From left, Marie Alexander, Margaret Verhoeven, Rachel Raspburg (Co-Chapter leader of 100 Women Who Care), Tim Haskell, Catharine Lane (nominating member of 100 WWC), Ross Stennett, Di Watson, Quinn Lassaline (Co-Chapter leader), and JP Lemieux of Chatham Goodfellows.

The 100 Women Who Care Chatham-Kent group opted to care about the Chatham Goodfellows recently.

The organization, which every three months meets to vote on which non-profit group will benefit from their support, chose the Goodfellows in December, and donated $10,625 towards the Boot and Shoes certificates sent out to children receiving toys this year.

In 2022, the Goodfellows spent an estimated $25,000 on the program.

“We are very appreciative of their support and are in awe of how much 100 donations can help so many programs throughout the years,” the Chatham Goodfellows said in a media release. “Thank you on behalf of our board for giving us the money needed to run this very important program.”


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