Since March 2016, the following nonprofits have received donations from 100 Women Who Give A Hoot totaling more than

$250,000

Q1’19

Life Experiences, Inc.

Life Experiences offers a choice of satisfying work experiences for adults with varying disabilities while also allowing them the self-esteem of earning a wage for their work.

Q2’19 PhilanthroParty with 100 Men Who Give a Damn

SAFEchild

SAFEchild is committed to eliminating child abuse in Wake County by helping adults and children create nurturing environments free from abuse and neglect.

Q3’19

House of Hope of North Carolina

House of Hope is a Christian therapeutic school, home, and counseling center for hurting and troubled girls, ages 12-17 and their families.

Q4’19

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Q1’18

Rebuilding Together of the Triangle

Rebuilding Together of the Triangle is on a mission to provide families living in unacceptable conditions without the means to move or improve their environment with a safe and healthy home.

Q2’18

HopeLine

HopeLine’s mission is to support people and save lives during times of crisis through caring, confidential conversations.

Q3’18

Triangle Aphasia Project

Triangle Aphasia Project’s mission is to serve individuals with aphasia, their families and the community through innovative life participation approaches that maximize communicative potential and reduces barriers to social re-engagement.

Q4’18

Dress For Success Triangle

Dress for Success Triangle serves under-employed and unemployed women in the Triangle by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

Q1’17

The Fill Your Bucket List Foundation

Fill Your Bucket List strives to help people fighting cancer find balance and joy during challenging times. By making a wish come true, the Foundation is creating an opportunity to shift the focus back on living life, helping a person check an item off their bucket list.

Q2’17

U.S. Veteran Corps

U.S. Veteran Corps is a corps of military veterans performing “Hands On” community service with a mission deployment attitude!  They participate in community service projects and event in the military and civilian community.

Q3’17

Table

Table provides healthy, emergency food to hungry Chapel Hill and Carrboro children.

Q4’17

Raleigh Rescue Mission

Through the love of Jesus Christ, Raleigh Rescue Mission transforms lives of homeless men, women and children by ministering to their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

Q1’16

The Hope Center at Pullen

The Hope Center at Pullen connects young people aging out of foster care in Wake County with the resources and support they need for a successful transition to adulthood.

Q2’16

3 Irish Jewels Farm

Three Irish Jewels Farms seeks create an environmentally stable agricultural community where adults on the autism spectrum can live dignified and meaningful lives.

Q3’16

Corral Riding

Corral Riding is a faith-based nonprofit that pairs at risk girls with rescued horses to promote healing, growth and ultimately lasting life change.

Q4’16

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America has provided children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.