100 Who Care Giving Group
Supporting local charities
in Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia
Recipients of our meetings are announced here. Please read for details and donation instructions.
Mar 9 2023 Tie: Annapolis Pool Society and Middleton Railway Museum
100 Who Care tie result benefits two Valley charities Submitted by Sara White. The 100-Plus Who Care Giving Group Annapolis Valley met March 9, inviting …
Come Join Us
Our goal is to reach 100 members, with a group donation at each meeting of $10,000.
Join us and help us grow our #PowerOf100 impact.
Our meetings are simple: four times per year, and each meeting is less than one hour long. We hear presentations from three nominated charities, and choose one by secret vote to receive our group donation. At the end of the meeting, each member donates $100 to that charity. The other two charities receive amazing radio campaign vouchers from Rewind 89.3.
ALL FUNDS go directly to the chosen charity. Join us and see how the #PowerOf100 can have such an enormous impact.
Charity Spotlight! The Middleton Railway Museum preserves the railroad heritage of Middleton and the Annapolis Valley, including industry, business and community interdependence on a once-vital link. Two steam locomotives are now located on sections of track, and there are plans to build a scale Dominion Atlantic Railway display and add
Charity Spotlight! The Annapolis Community Pool is operated by the Friends of Annapolis Pool Society, a nonprofit volunteer-run organization. They bring together neighbours, families and visitors of all ages, and do it at minimal cost to make aquatic recreation, education and play possible for all. Please like and follow their
Charity Spotlight! The Fundy Interchurch Food Bank provides emergency food relief to individuals and families in the communities between New Minas and Coldbrook. In 2022, the food bank provided 100,000 kilograms of food to over 7,000 clients, with the support of 40 volunteers and a number of partner churches, service