Last Donation of 2017 goes to Georgetown South Community Center!

In our last meeting of 2017 the Gainesville Area 100 Women Who Care group voted to donate to the Georgetown South Community Center.

Georgetown South is the oldest townhome community in Manassas. In fact, it is the first townhome community in Northern VA! The goal of the community was to provide affordable housing for the working class. Unfortunately a bad economy brought crime to the neighborhood. Local activists and businesses have partnered with the the community center to work to alleviate crime and improve quality of life there. Now we will be part of that work! If you would like to join us, please send us an email at or find us on Facebook!

Final Meeting of 2017!

We are all set for our next meeting on Monday, November 13 at the Sheffield Manor Clubhouse, located at 12354 Penzance Lane, Bristow! All local ladies with a giving heart are welcome to attend and help us select a new local charity to receive our donation. Come, bring your check for $100, and give back to your community! Email us at with any questions.

$6,100 Presented to I Can Shine!

Last week we presented $6,100 to I Can Shine, which will cover mosts of the costs for the bicycle camp for special needs children happening in PWC this spring. The site will be Colgan Sr. High School, and member Jennifer Andrew hopes to invite our chapter to stop by and see our dollars in action! Pictured are Andrea Patrick, Member of Operations for I Can Shine, Mr. David Parrish, Vice Principal of Colgan Sr. High School, Yukiko Dove, Founder of PWC Autism / Board of Directors PWC rep for Parents of Autistic Children NOVA, GA 100 WWC Nominating Member Joyce Andrew, GA 100 WWC member Jennifer Andrew, Dr. Timothy Healy, Principal of Colgan Sr. High School, and GA 100 WWC co-founders Julie Beal and Hasna Ridwan. Our total chapter giving to date is $34,400!

New Chapter Record of $6,100!

Our chapter raised $6,100 for I Can Shine, an amazing charity that organizes camps for special needs children to help them learn to ride a bike! There is a camp planned in PWC for this spring, and we will cover most of the costs. In just 7 short meetings over the past 2 years the Gainesville Area 100 WWC have donated $34,400 to local charities and causes! Our next meeting is November 13 – we would love to have you join us! Email us at for details.

We Will Support I Can Shine!

We had a great meeting last night and three wonderful causes were nominated, but the members voted to support I Can Shine! I Can Shine sponsors week-long camps where special needs children can learn how to ride a bike just like their peers, and there’s a camp in the works for Prince William County! It is not too late to join forces with us – email us at if you are ready to donate your $100, or form a team and donate your $100 together!

3rd Quarter Meeting!

Our next meeting is two weeks from today! Please join us on Tuesday, August 8 at 7:30 at the Braemar Clubhouse at 12300 Iona Sound Drive in Bristow. We’d love a good turnout for this meeting – you can’t beat how wonderful you feel after we join forces to aid a charity in need! Come armed with your nominations, your check for $100, and a friend or two! You can also join forces with a friend to donate your $100 together.
Please send us an email at for more info. Hope to see you then!

$5,200 to Sweet Julia Grace Foundation!

Our chapter is amazing! We raised $5,200 for the Sweet Julia Grace Foundation, a local charity with a simple mission: To fill in the gaps, grant wishes, and meet the non-medical needs of children that are seriously ill, have special needs, or are in the midst of a medical crisis. We are so excited to support this cause, one member, one $100 check at a time. Our next meeting will be August 9 at 7:30 p.m.! We have 56 women in the Gainesville area who are helping us support those in need in our community – can you help us reach 100? ┬áIn six meetings we have raised $28,300 for local charities. Find us on Facebook or send us an email at