What 100 People + 1 Hour Can Raise For 1 Charity
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100 Women Who Care Omaha: How It Works

  • We meet for 60 minutes four times a year.
  • Our members nominate and present up to 3 local charities (Douglas/Sarpy Counties) at our quarterly events.
  • At the end of each event, our members vote on which charity to award our combined donations.
  • Each member contributes $100 to the elected charity (or $50 if you are under 40)

Our idea is simple: 100 People + 1 Hour + 1 Charity = $10,000

*Total each quarter dependent on the number of contributing members we have

Event Schedule

Next Event: Tuesday, August 13th, 2024 at 6:00 pm

Location: Hurrdat Sports Bar

12744 Westport Parkway LaVista, NE

Our typical agenda looks like this:

6:00 PM – Network
6:30 PM – 3 presentations about local non-profits by 100 Women members and voting
7:00 PM – Wrap-up


About 100 Women Who Care Omaha

100 Women Who Care Omaha was founded in 2014 to bring women together to support non-profit organizations in our community. 

Our volunteers organize the events and our members gather to support local charities. What’s great is that our members only need to commit to donating $100 per quarter to join (or $50 per quarter if you are under 40), and 100% of that goes to local charities. We only meet four times a year and our events are fast! A great networking happy hour beforehand helps connect like-minded professionals and then the presentations are quick and to the point.

At our events, we combine our giving power and focus it on one charity. That charity gets a big stack of checks from our members and free publicity on the great things they are doing in our community.

Criteria for Charities

  • Current members gather info on a local charity, if selected at random, the member will give a 5 minute presentation. The charity must meet the following criteria:
  • Must be registered as a 501(c)(3)
  • Must provide members with a receipt for their tax deductible donation
  • Must not be affiliated with a larger national charity or office
  • Money must be used for the good of the greater Omaha area

Historical Donations in Omaha

$242,600 Donated in Omaha metro area since 2014

  • Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center in Omaha, NE | Valley Hope
  • Mothers Living & Learning | College of Saint Mary
  • Carolyn Scott Rainbow House | Children’s Hospital & Medical
  • Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault – Heartland Family Service
  • Royal Family KIDS
  • Down Syndrome Alliance of the Midlands
  • Duffels 4 Dignity
  • Sisters of Mercy
  • Rejuvenating Women
  • Chariots 4 Hope
  • Hope Center for Kids
  • Dreamweaver Foundation – Omaha
  • NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness
  • Parkinson’s Nebraska
  • Saving Grace Perishable Food Rescue
  • Visiting Nurse Association: Breast Cancer Support
  • Youth Emergency Services
  • Project Pink’d
  • Least Of My Brethren
  • Lolo’s Angels
  • Assistance League of Omaha
  • Together Inc.
  • Omaha Public Library Foundation
  • Completely Kids
  • Heart Ministry Center
  • Project Intentional
  • Sheltering Tree
  • Magdalene Omaha
  • Nebraska Adaptive Sports (Nebraska Red Dawgs)
  • CHI Residential Treatment Facility
  • Meyers Foundation for Disabilities
  • Foster Love, Inc.
  • Imagine Inclusion
  • Mustaches for Kids
  • Nebraska Diaper Bank
  • Human Healing Outreach Alliance
  • Wings of Hope
  • Womenade of Elkhorn


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