We Are The 100 Men In Uxbridge Who Care
Next meeting June 14th meeting,
Location Second Wedge, 7pm
Inspired by the recently formed 100 Women Who Care Uxbridge, a group of local men have gathered to form 100 Men Who Care Uxbridge. Meeting four times a year to support the dedicated hands of deserving grassroots agencies working to serve Uxbridge.
Our mission is simple, bring together 100-plus men in the Uxbridge area who care about local causes and are committed to community service.
Four times a year, we meet for a couple of hours and jointly vote for a local charity or not-for-profit organization. Three will be nominated ahead of time by the members. Each team agrees to write a $100 cheque to the selected organization which turns into an unexpected donation of thousands of dollars for that charity. A team can be one, two or four men.
Please consider joining our efforts if you are committed to helping others in our community.
If you are want to be part of a powerful group of local men making an immediate, direct and positive effect on the lives of our neighbours and want 100% of your donation to go directly to local charity, or want to learn more about the many worthy community service programs and organizations servicing the Uxbridge Area please visit our 'Join' page.Join Now
What is a Charity?
In order to qualify as a charity that can benefit from the 100 Men in Uxbridge it has to meet three requirements:
- Must be a registered 'Not for Profit'
- Operating in our community of Uxbridge
- As a beneficiary, the funds provided are used locally in our community
We now accept eTranfers
Transfers can be set to Mike at: email@example.com
*Please also email Mike the password you wish to use.
Check Us Out
This is a no obligation opportunity to chat, meet and network with other members in the community.
You are invited to see how we operate, ask questions of members and gain insight to how a minimum commitment makes a huge and meaningful impact.
There is no sales pitch, no pressure to join…..like most we are busy with our families, work and other demands.
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