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100 Women Who Care Looking for New Members

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One organization is looking for a "few good women" to help make a difference.

100 Women Who Care in Savannah wants more members to help them raise money and choose a charity to donate.

"The idea is get women involved who can make an impact in their community by finding local charities that need all the contributions they can get," explained Linda Drake, 100 Women Who Care member

100 Women Who Care in Savannah meets four times a year, it's a $100 a quarter to join, and members choose the charities who get the money.

If you'd like more information contact Linda Drake at 912-897-3936.

Or Email her at lucy3171@Comcast.net

https://www.facebook.com/100WomenWhoCareInSavannahGa

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