I have the privilege to work with many of our local non-profit groups, and I am continually impressed by the positive impact they have in our communities. Recently I heard from Nancy Chin-Wagner, who serves on the board of the Boulder Rotary Club. She would like everyone—but especially women—to know about an organization called 100+ Women Who Care in Boulder County, which helps support many non-profits here.

“There are many empowering women in Boulder County who are a part of this organization,” Chin-Wagner says. “Their mission and process of helping the non-profits in Boulder County is what makes this group so unique.” Groups that have received funds so far include HOPE for Longmont, Community Food Share, SPAN and Attention Homes, and to date, the group has collectively given nearly $188,000.

Membership in 100+ Women Who Care in Boulder County has grown to 130, and the goal now is to reach 200 members. Sound good? You can get involved, too.

Make plans to attend the next meeting of 100+ Women Who Care on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at Nissi’s in Lafayette (Arapahoe and 95th). Networking begins at 5:30 p.m. and the meeting starts at 6 p.m.