Total Funds Raised since may 2019

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February 23, 2022

TBC, 7:00pm

(Registration and Beverage Reception begins at 6pm)

Last Charity Recipient

Whistler Adaptive Sports Program

$11,900 raised

Building Back Better

Whistler Adaptive is committed to introducing individuals with a disability to sport, recreation and therapeutic sport programming. Whistler Adaptive supports sport for life by breaking down the financial, physical and social barriers, as well as creating skills that will lead to future employment within sport and beyond. Whistler Adaptive empowers individuals through access to the spectacular Sea to Sky Corridor, providing them with the environment, support and opportunity to become physically active and focus on their abilities rather than disabilities. Programs are accessible to both children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities.

The funds received from 100 Women Whistler will be used for Whistler Adaptive to “Build Back Better”. Whistler Adaptive will be able to open back up their winter programming to full capacity, including their ski & snowboard program, and provide critical refresher and safe sport training to 50 instructors and coaches. Whistler Adaptive aims to provide service to 200 additional participants this winter season and grow local sport programming, with a special focus on children, youth and adults living in the Sea to Sky Corridor.

Canadian Red Cross

$2,800 Raised

British Columbia Floods & Extreme Weather Appeal

Our province has been dealing with some extreme weather damage and crisis recently; because of this, several members reached out asking to complete our Q4 group donation to support the BC flood disaster response. At the time of the flooding we had already confirmed our nominated organizations and made presentation arrangements for Q4; however, we wanted to offer an extra option for 100 Women Whistler Members to use the power of our giving group and raise a second donation total. We collected funds from members who chose to send a second donation and provided those funds to the Canadian Red Cross - British Columbia Floods & Extreme Weather Appeal on behalf of 100 Women Whistler. The Canadian Red Cross is working to get help to people in and around affected areas as quickly as possible and provide humanitarian assistance for new needs as they arise. Money raised will enable the Red Cross to carry out relief, recovery, resiliency and risk reduction activities in and beyond the region at the individual and community levels.

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