March 28, 2015  To read the whole story, please click here

Summer 2015  To read the whole story, please click here

June 11, 2015  Co-Founder Kolby Latimer catches up with Eric Drozd on 570 News  Listen to the interview here:

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March 28, 2015  To read the whole story, please click here

January 2015 Edition, snap'd Cambridge

March 1st, 2016 - Meeting at Hacienda Sarria
We were SNAP’d in the Kitchener/Waterloo edition. Click on here to read the full article.

2015 Cambridge Chamber of Commerce Service Club of the Year Award

05/06/2015 DayTime
The 100 Women Who Care were interviewed by Susan Cook-Scheerer on DayTime TV. What a wonderful experience! Please visit our Facebook page to watch the interview.

11/12/2014 KidsAbility Expands - Opens Doors And Opportunities On Lang's Drive Cambridge

900 Plus Children Are Waiting For KidsAbility Services By Thomas Hagey - Cambridge Now - Local News

One of the great highlights of the day was the discovery of a tremendous group of women philanthropists who answer to the unusually lengthy name of: 100WomenWhoCareCambridgeWaterlooRegion.Com.

They get together 4 times per year and they personally commit $100 per quarter enabling them to donate a large sum of money to local causes and charities. They presented a cheque for $10,000 to KidsAbility to help pay for the renovations at the new facility. It is a feel good, grassroots organization with a growing membership which has extended well beyond 100 individuals. Rather than change their name with every person who signs up beyond the original 100, they have chosen to refer to themselves as 100+ (Plus) Women Who Care... To read more of the story, click here

October 2014 K-W Oktoberfest Rogers Women of the Year
K-W Oktoberfest recognizes outstanding achievements in Waterloo Region and nominated 100 Women Who Care Waterloo Region for Group Achievement.  For more information, click here

April 23, 2013 Inaugural Launch of 100 Women Who Care Waterloo Region
We were SNAP’d at our inaugural meeting at the Cambridge Centre for the Arts.  Click on the link to read the full article in the Cambridge Snap – May 2013 edition.​ To read more, visit