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Women making a big impact on charity

Having a busy schedule, doesn’t mean you can’t give back. The 100 Women Who Care Cayman group, is making it possible for ladies on-the-go to make a big impact on local charities.

The global movement facilitates the collection of funds for a single charity. Women are asked to register online to be a part of the group. Then then put aside one hour, and $100 every three months. On the night of the meeting, three charities will make a presentation, and the women will then vote on one charity to make its donate. The winning charity is given a cheque on that night.

Online registration for the upcoming meeting is closed, but interested women can register the night of the event.

Non-profit organisations, registered with government, are added to the list of charities that are in the running to be chosen.

In the groups inaugural meeting in October of last year, over 400 women raised over $41,000 for Cayman Crisis Centre. That broke a record, of the most funds raised in a single meeting, for the worldwide 100 Women Who Care movement.

The next meeting will take place tomorrow, 12 January.


100 Women Who Care meeting


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Edlyn Ruiz

Edlyn Ruiz

Edlyn Ruiz first began a career in broadcast, in radio as a teen. She joined the Cayman 27 team as an intern, while pursuing her Bachelors. She came on board full time in 2011. She serves as a producer and on-air host/anchor. She has an interest in stories focused on health, and the environment.

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