JOIN US IN BRINGING TOGETHER
100 BUSINESSES WHO CARE
TO MAKE A $50,000 IMPACT TWICE A YEAR
Next Voting Meeting
Please join us on Tuesday, May 23, 2023 for our next bi-annual meeting.
7:45am: Doors Open
7:45-8:30am: Networking & Breakfast
8:30-9:30am: Voting/Business Meeting
9:30-10:00am: Optional Networking
Location: Walsh College – The Barry Center – 3838 Livernois Road, Troy
Venue Sponsor: Walsh College, Suzy Siegle, President
The Crawford Insurance Group – Tim Crawford, President
Spalding DeDecker – Steve Benedettini, President
FALL MEETING: Tuesday, October 3rd @ The Westin Southfield.
Sponsored by: Hylant.
What We Do
100 Businesses Who Care is a group of top executives from companies in southeast Michigan who will make an impact on the local community. By combining donations, these companies will make a sizable impact on 501(c)(3) charities serving our own communities.
The idea is simple. Each company will donate $500 bi-annually to an established 501(c)(3) charity serving southeast Michigan. After three “pitches” are presented by members of the group, the members in attendance vote. The non-profit with the most votes is announced and each company writes a $500 check directly to the winning 501(c)(3) organization. As membership grows, so will the donations!
100 Businesses Who Care is not a 501(c)(3) or incorporated business. The Founders and Advisory Board are passionate volunteers who are dedicating their time and talents to make a difference in the community. 100% of the donations are steered directly to the winning non-profit at each meeting.
The concept has already been successful with 100 Women Who Care – Greater Rochester, an organization of 250 women who have gifted over $820,000 to 39 different local 501(c)(3) organizations and has inspired many similar groups to form, in addition to 100 Businesses Who Care.
As of March 2023, our group has gifted over $434,000 to 11 different local not-for-profit organizations.
Next Bi-Annual Meeting:
Tuesday, May 23, 2023
Become a Member
Join us in making a $50,000 impact
on a local non-profit twice a year.