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Organization Name 100+ Women Who Care Southern Maine
Category Women
Category Community Development
Category Financial Assistance and Foundations
Address Maine
United States
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Phone Number (207) 797-9007
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Website http://100womenwhocaresouthernmaine.com/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/100-Women-Who-Care-Southern-Maine-700560410033264/
Contact Name Deb Bergeron
Contact's Title Founder
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Contact's Phone (207) 797-9007
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100+ Women Who Care Southern Maine is a group of local women who are interested in supporting our communities by contributing to Southern Maine charities together as a group to increase the impact. Their mission is to reach out and help our community by finding 100 or more women to each contribute $50 four times a year in order to give $20,000+ annually to local charities. All charities and organizations up for consideration must be in the Southern Maine area. The idea is to keep it local and have an impact that WE can SEE in our communities!