Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we raised 7,000 pesos for the 100 Women Who Care SMA April meeting. The total fundraising amount was 114,175 pesos, and the winning organization was So Others May Eat Mexico, an organization that provides hot meals to elderly people in need.
We are so grateful for the support of our donors. Your donations make a real difference in the lives of others 💛
May you always be surrounded by abundance ✨
Want to give back to our community?
Join our Donation Program, it's very easy! At the end of your consignment agreement, you can donate your unsold items to the 100 Women Who Care SMA – Yellow Boutique Donation Program. We will mark down your donations an extra 25% off and keep them at our markdowns rack for another 2 months. The money raised from the sale of your donated clothing goes directly to our fundraising efforts. *Donated items that don’t sell after a 2 month period are sent to Patronato Pro Niños (Heart to Heart).
Want to learn more about 100 Women Who Care SMA?
The 100 Women Who Care SMA is a group of women who come together every 4 months to raise money for local charities. At each meeting, the group selects one charity to receive the money raised through donations from the members of the group. Since its inception in 2013, the 100 Women Who Care SMA has donated over 2.5 million pesos to local charities. Some of the organizations that have received donations from the group include:
Don Diego Community Center
Audubon Society of Mexico
Fundacion de Apoyo Infantil
Libros Para Todos
Caminos de Agua
The 100 Women Who Care SMA is a great example of how women can come together to make a difference in their community. The group is open to all women (and men) who are interested in supporting local charities. If you are interested in joining the group, please visit their website at www.100womenwhocaresma.org. Here are some additional details about each of the organizations that have received donations from 100 Women Who Care SMA:
Don Diego Community Center provides a safe and welcoming space for children and families in San Miguel. The center offers a variety of programs and services, including after-school care, tutoring, and summer camp.
Audubon Society of Mexico works to protect birds and their habitats in Mexico. The organization conducts research, education, and advocacy to promote the conservation of birds and the environment.
Fundación de Apoyo Infantil provides support to children with disabilities and their families in San Miguel. The foundation offers a variety of services, including therapy, education, and respite care.
Libros Para Todos provides books and educational materials to children in need in San Miguel. The organization collects books from individuals and organizations, and then distributes them to children in schools and libraries.
Caminos de Agua works to improve water quality and access to safe water in San Miguel. The organization conducts research, education, and advocacy to promote the sustainable use of water resources.