Mother and Daughter standing in front of table at Giving Circle

100 Women Who Care Mississauga is Empowering the Next Generation of Philanthropists!

100 Women Who Care Mississauga is Empowering the Next Generation of Philanthropists! Join us with your daughters and granddaughters at the Fall Giving Circle on November 8th!

We are so excited about our special theme for the upcoming Giving Circle on November 8th— Bring Your Daughter! This quarter, we have a special invitation we believe will truly inspire and enrich the experience for all involved: we’re encouraging you to bring your daughters and/or granddaughters as guests.

Our Giving Circles aren’t just about contributing to the incredible work being done in the Mississauga community; they are also about passing on the torch of compassion, generosity, and the love of philanthropy to the next generation. By bringing your young women and girls to this event, you’re not only sharing in the joy of giving, but also imparting valuable life lessons about community and the power of women that will stay with them for years to come.

Here’s why we think it’s a wonderful opportunity for them:

  1. Witness the Power of Unity: The November 8th Giving Circle will showcase how many people coming together and each making a relatively small donation can create a significant and lasting impact on our community. It’s a lesson in unity and the incredible strength that comes from collective generosity.
  2. Learn about Local Impact: Your daughters and granddaughters will gain insight into the incredible work being done right here in Mississauga. They’ll see firsthand the positive changes our contributions are making in the lives of those who need it most.
  3. Cultivate Philanthropic Values: By participating, they’ll develop a deeper understanding of philanthropy, compassion, and the joy that comes from helping others. It’s a chance to nurture their sense of empathy and responsibility towards their community.
  4. Networking and Bonding: This event isn’t just about giving; it’s also an opportunity for you to bond and network with like-minded women and their younger family members. It’s a memorable experience you can share and discuss together.
    We believe that involving your daughters and granddaughters in our Giving Circle can create a ripple effect of kindness, generosity, and community spirit that will resonate far beyond this event, and for many years to come.

So, mark your calendars for November 8th and bring your young loved ones along to be a part of this incredible experience! Let’s join together to nurture the future philanthropists of Mississauga.
Please RSVP at your earliest convenience to ensure we can accommodate everyone. We can’t wait to see you and the next generation of changemakers at our Giving Circle event.

NEW Changes to Online Giving Circle

Starting with the November 8th Giving Circle, the online format of the event is switching to a LIVE STREAM on Facebook instead of a Zoom meeting. With this change in format you will still be able to watch the meeting and hear the presentations from the selected charities, but it will no longer be interactive, meaning those viewing will not be able to ask questions. Those who are unable to attend will still be able to place their proxy votes via email to For your email proxy vote to count, it must be received by 2:00pm on November 8th.

Another option for proxy voting is to have another member cast your proxy vote for you on the night at the Giving Circle. Your Proxy can identify herself at the registration table and she will be given an extra ballot to cast your vote. While we want to make voting accessible to all our members, we strongly encourage you to come out to the Giving Circle and experience first-hand the emotions of hearing from the charities and the sense of sisterhood being in a room of like-minded women united in the goal of giving back! 💙❤️💙

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Additional contributions by Xanthe Le Blanc

Anuja Pereira



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