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100+ Women Who Care

Milwaukee Metro West


Jane Condon and Valerie Pace of 100WWC-MMW, seated above in the front row, delivered a check for $6,300 to the Adaptive Community Approach Program (ACAP), the charity chosen by members of 100+ Women Who Care--MKE Metro West in the March meeting.  Members from ACAP shown above are Patty C., Wendy H., Sandra G., Julia R., and Elaine S.  In addition, a kind donor has provided a 50% match which means ACAP will get $9,450 because of the kindness of all our members.


The mission of ACAP is to encourage people with disabilities to achieve their highest potential and to advocate for themselves in their own communities.  ACAP also teaches life-long skills which will not only assist them in achieving their individual potential but which will further enable them to become contributing and valued members within the community.

These programs provide individuals with more than 70 classes per week.  ACAP has been a United Way partner since 2003. 

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A fun evening was had by members of 100+ Women Who Care--MKE Metro West on March 26 in celebrating the 8th anniversary of the founding of this special organization making a difference in our communities west of Milwaukee.  In these eight years, 27 charities have been provided funds to help with their important missions. Over $245,000 has been given by 100+ WWC-MMW members in these eight years.

In the evening remarks by Jane Condon, founder of 100+ WWC-MMW, she took a moment to reflect on the incredible journey we have had together.  We have had the privilege of showcasing the stories of remarkable charities and seeing firsthand the efforts being made to make our local communities vibrant and special.  Jane reminded us, as a group, that we have captured the essence of our communities by bringing forth deserving charities and showcasing their incredible stories of making a positive impact while blazing trails in search of providing a better life for those whom they serve.  

She also expressed gratitude to our members who are the heart and soul of our organization.  Without the continuous support of our kind members, none of this would have been possible.  

We look forward to our next meeting on Tuesday, August 27, where we will select another charity to support, but we realize that your generosity in continuing your support has served as a constant inspiration to our 100+ WWC-MMW leadership and to the leaders of the charities that have been supported.

Below is the upcoming dates for our meeting at O-Donoghue's Irish Pub in Elm Grove:
             Tuesday, August 27, 2024
             Tuesday, December 3, 2024

2021-2023 AWARD Recipients

May 2021. -  The Food Pantry of Waukesha County

August 2021 – Grace Landing of Brookfield                                      

November 2021 – Lake Area Free Clinic – Dental Services 

March 2022 - Family Promise of Waukesha                 

July 2022  - St. Vincent de Paul

November 2022 - Sharon Lynne Wilson Center "Beyond the Classroom Performance" 

March 2023 - A Book Ahead

March 2023 - St. Bakhita House

July 2023 - Milwaukee Academy of Science

November 2023 - META House

March 2024 - Adaptive Community Approach Program 

Total Donated to Date                        $239,202    

(February 2016 – November 2023)                       

100 Women Who Care--
MKE Metro West

To learn more about

100WWC MKE Metro West,

contact any of these women:

Jane Condon (

Kathy Olsen (

Karen Loeb (

Judy Malaney (

Val Pace (


O'Donoghue's has been a great supporter of 100WWC-MMW and we look forward to returning to this site for our  next meeting August 27 at 13225 Watertown Plank Rd, Elm Grove, WI at 6:00 pm..

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.


The kind clothing donations that many brought to our November meeting have been delivered to Rebecca Surges and Debbie Duskey of St. Vincent de Paul just in time as our temperatures drop.  It is such an important way that we are making a difference in our communities by helping those truly in need of warm clothing for our bitter winters.

If you are able to provide any more of these clothing items, please call (414) 462-7863 and they will arrange to get the items to the meal site location.  You can also drop items off at 4476 S. 108 Street or email them at with any questions. 

Thank you for your help in this important way.

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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.  In 2020, despite the pandemic, we gave $33,920 to local charities to help our neighbors.  

100 Women Who Care was started in November of 2006 by Karen Dunigan of Jackson, MI, as a brilliantly simple way to raise money efficiently and quickly for local charities/non-profits/worthy causes.

Now, 100 Women Who Care has extended to: 100 Men Who Care, 100 People Who Care, 100 Businesses Who Care, 100 Kids Who Care groups and so much more. There are currently more that 700-1000 Who Care giving circles making a huge impact in local communities throughout the world.


The total we have contributed since our founding eight years ago is over $245,000--contributions that have helped citizens in our communities live better lives.

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.

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