Over $6,200 is donated by
100 WWC-MMW to
REDgen to Help Local Students
Jane Condon (right) and Blair Holloway (left) deliver checks from members of 100 Women Who Care--MKE Metro West to Executive Director Brooke Talbot of REDgen (center)
100+ Women Who Care MKE Metro West
100+ Women Who Care of Milwaukee Metro West strives to strengthen our communities by providing funds to local charities committed to improving the lives of people in communities west of Milwaukee.
Our mission is to bring together, for one hour every four months, at least 100 women. Each member contributes $100, personally or through a team, to a local charity chosen by members in that one hour that will make a difference in our communities.
Come join us to make a difference while you are having fun! You not only will be improving the lives of others but will be enriching your own life.
Our founder, Jane Condon, delivered our REDgen checks and online donations totally over $6,200 to Executive Director of REDgen, Brooke Talbot. This local nonprofit was suggested by member, Blair Holloway.
REDgen (Resilience through EDucation for a new generation) is a local nonprofit that is advocating for the mental health and well-being of middle and high school students in 21 schools in this area, particularly at this difficult time of dealing with the effects on our society of the pandemic. Through in-person clubs, online resources, and medical professionals, REDgen has developed a peer to peer resilience program designed to educate and empower student leaders to raise resiliency within their schools.
REDgen is helping students in 21 local schools including Brookfield Central, Brookfield East, Rufus King, Riverside, Whitnall, Pius, Dominican, University School of MKE, Port Washington, Grafton, Shorewood, Homestead, Canterbury, Catholic Memorial, Glen Hills, and Webster
Donations would go to helping create new videos giving vital information to youth about how to be resilient in these difficult times.
Click on icon below to learn
more about the charity.
We will be monitoring the pandemic information as 2020 comes to an end and 2021 begins with the hope that we can meet once again in person. As our options become clearer, we will select meeting dates and post them on this site and through emails.
Watch Jane Condon, Organizer of 100 Women Who Care--MKE Metro West, in her guest appearance on TMJ4 The Morning Blend.
We sincerely appreciate The Morning Blend featuring 100 Women Who Care--MKE Metro West.
Women's Center of Waukesha
At the September meeting of 100WWC-MMW, at our virtual meeting, we learned how our funds raised in the last six months have been used. Angela Meyers of the Library Memory Project updated us on how the $10,905 they received because of 100 Women Who Care--MKE Metro West will be used when library programs can once again be open for patients with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Jane Condon presented letters detailing how our donations to the three charities we supported in June—Food Pantry of Waukesha, Tosa Cares, and Hebron House—were used to help those in communities west of Milwaukee affected by the pandemic.
This 100 Women Who Care--Milwaukee Metro West is ideal for you if:
You want to be part of a group that is making an immediate and positive impact on the needs in our local communities.
You want 100% of your donations to go directly to a local charity in our area.
You are too pressed for time to do volunteer activities.
You want to meet other interesting women.
You want to learn more about your community.
If you would like to donate to REDgen, you can send your donation through a personal check made out to REDgen to:
14640 San Juan Trail
Brookfield, WI 53005
or donate online through the REDgen website at
The Mission of 100 WWC-MMW is to bring together, for one hour every four months, at least 100 women who each contribute $100 to a local charity, chosen in that one hour, that will make a significant difference in our communities. In 2019 we gave three charities $29,200--Kathy's House, Association for the Rights of Citizens with handicaps, and The Women's Center of Waukesha.
The total we have contributed since our founding four years ago is over $112,000--contributions that have helped citizens in our communities live better lives.
100 Women Who Care--
MKE Metro West
To learn more about
100WWC MKE Metro West,
contact any of these women:
Jane Condon (email@example.com)
Kathy Olsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Karen Loeb (email@example.com)
We are excited to report that the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation notified 100WWC-MMW of their matching grant of $1,717.50 as a contribution to our Big Give Drive.
These funds will support our neighbors in need during these extraordinary times.