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100+ Women Who Care Fund

100+ Women Who Care Johnson County is a giving circle initiative created to support nonprofit organizations who help make our county a better place to live, work and play.

Join Us!

Download the Membership Form, fill it out and mail it to the Johnson County Community Foundation (JCCF) with your first $100 donation as the membership fee for the future fund. (See form for details.)

The Short Story

In December 2015, four local women joined forces to launch a Johnson County chapter of the international 100 Who Care Alliance giving circle program. It wasn’t long before these women rallied others willing to financially support a variety of charitable causes impacting Johnson County.

In March 2017, 100+ Women Who Care Johnson County reached an important milestone when membership reached 100 and the group presented its first $10,000 check. The chapter is growing strong with more than 100 women participating! Membership is not limited, so the potential to grow and help is endless.

The group’s leadership believes 100+ Women Who Care is a great fit for any philanthropically-minded woman. The limited time commitment makes 100+ Women a great option for those who want to give back and can’t participate in a time-intensive volunteer role. It is simple and easy and fun to help! Members agree to a $500 annual contribution, paid in $100 increments, and attendance at as many quarterly meetings as possible.

See our 2018 100+ Women Flyer

Aug 2017 100 Women recipient
Hope for Hearts Horse Farm – 2017 third quarter recipient


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QUESTIONS?
Contact JCCF today

Email: 100WomenJC@gmail.com | Call: 317-738-2213

100 Women Who Care JC founders
Established By: Four local women interested in making Johnson County a better place to live, work and play: (L to R) Cheryl Morphew, Dorcas Abplanalp, Carol Phipps and Gail Richards (December 2015)


A special thanks to our Platinum Community Partners!

Logo for Daily Journal SouthLogo for Hilliard LyonsLogo for Raymond JamesLogo for Johnson Memorial HealthLogo for AldersonLogo for Johnson County Farm Bureau