Women Who Care tops $100,000 in donations

The Ozaukee Chapter of 100+ Women Who Care has donated more than $100,000 to county causes since being formed in 2015.

The group crossed the $100,000 line with its $8,900 check, presented this month to Joe Dean, founder of My Dog Named Hope, which benefits children with cancer. 

The book “My Dog Named Hope,” written by Joe Dean and illustrated by pediatric oncology student Lauren Curwick, has raised $50,000 for pediatric cancer research and services and recently won the 2018 Independent Book Publishers Association Award.

For more information on 100+ Women Who Care – Ozaukee County Chapter, email 100women.ozaukeechapter@gmail.com or contact Maureen Wiskirchen at 377-8936.   

The group’s next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Monday, May 14, at The Patio in Port Washington.



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