- Bullet Point News recently sat down with Heather Rogers, the founder of 100 Women Who Care – Stouffville, and her daughter Estelle.
- The group meets quarterly, and members nominate charities for consideration. Members then vote to select the next organization they will support, and each member donates $100.
- “We are trying to support organizations that are either in Stouffville…or have a direct an impact on the residents of Stouffville,” Heather Rogers told us.
- The format gives busy community members a convenient opportunity to give locally, and the group has donated nearly $230,000 to local charities since 2014.
- Estelle does her own fundraising, recently selling cookies to help support the Whitchurch Stouffville Food Bank.
- “I like helping out and seeing how it makes a difference in the world,” Estelle proclaimed.
- Heather and Estelle also volunteer at Care and Share, and they both love doing whatever they can to make a positive impact in their community.
- “Stouffville is a pretty special place, with pretty special people and pretty special organizations,” Heather said. “I hope that we can inspire other women in our community to give back.”
- Residents can learn more about the group and register to participate here.
Watch the interview with Heather and Estelle Rogers by clicking on the image below