September 17, 2023

100+ Women Who Care Cayman Islands raised $7,262.50 for local charities

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George Town On March 23, 2023 100+ Women Who Care kicked off the year at Guy Harvey’s Boathouse Grill with their ‘Girl’s night out with a difference’ event aimed at achieving more together within the Cayman community. One Dog at a Time (ODAAT) won the main pot of $5,262.50 donated by our members. Cayman Islands Humane Society and Cayman Islands Cancer Foundation both left with $1,000 thanks to our platinum sponsor Davenport Development. In total, the event raised $7,262.50.

At the start of the evening, after donating $100 CI, all women were welcomed with a raffle ticket, a voting card, a goodie bag, and a complimentary drink provided by drink sponsor Grey Goose Vodka. At 6:30pm Daisy Lee, our emcee for the evening, started off the 5-minute charity presentations. Julie Cumber presented for Cayman Islands Humane Society, Shoreline Blanchard for Cayman Islands Cancer Foundation, and Caroline Johnston for One Dog at a Time. After their time was up, all members voted for their favorite to win, and the volunteers counted the cash and votes behind the scenes whilst so many raffle prizes were awarded. We topped up our refreshments at the bar while catching up with friends and making new acquaintances. Special thanks to our venue sponsor Market Street Group for hosting this event at the wonderful Guy Harvey’s Boathouse Grill. 

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About 100+ Women Who Care Cayman Islands

100+ Women Who Care Cayman Islands is a giving circle that started in 2015 and is affiliated with the 100 Who Care Alliance in the US. The group gathers three to four times a year for a one-hour meeting, and each member brings their donation of CI$100 that goes to the selected charity. This combined donation makes a real impact, without time-consuming fundraising events and planning. Thanks to members, local businesses and volunteers, the organization has raised over $343,000 for Cayman charities. In addition to fundraising for great causes, 100+ Women Who Care Cayman Islands also provides a fun and relaxed networking opportunity for women living in Cayman.

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