Congratulations to Nancy’s Ohana!

At our meeting on March 4, 2020, we raised $9,100 for Nancy’s Ohana, a fund to help pay for some of Nancy Meola’s healing needs that her insurance is not covering, as she heals from extensive surgery and works her way into remission from cancer. Nancy is a beloved member of our Maui Community, a generous, caring person who has consistently supported and lifted the well-being of everyone she meets.

If you weren’t able to attend, please write your $100 check PAYABLE to Nancy’s Ohana and then MAIL it to:
100 Women Who Care Maui
P O Box 880373
Pukalani, HI 96788
**Please note this new mailing address 🙂

Meeting Wrap-up

Our members nominated three causes:
As well as Maui Youth Rodeo Organization and Grow Some Good

You can see the photos here on Facebook.

Mahalo to Hali’imaile General Store & Our Volunteers!

Hali’imaile General Store procured a tent, provided umbrellas, microphone & speaker, and then a delicious buffet, including vegan and gluten free items for 72 women!

We could not put on the events without the help of many volunteers. If you see them, please thank them!

Our stellar Team of Ten were Linda Lafragiola, Mandy Prouty, Mina Goena-Welch, Debbie Probst, and Marjorie Lang, with photographer Natalie Brown. You also got to meet two new members of our steering team, Marni Rozet and Debbie Benton!  And how can we ever thank Irene Ryding enough for her beautiful and magical harp music!


  1. We are looking for a volunteer with WordPress and MailChimp expertise who can help us keep our website and emails current throughout the year. Not a lot of time/work. Is this YOU? Or, could you help us find this person by sharing our facebook post?
  2. Please help spread the word that Q2 May 13 Meeting is an all-new *ARTS* only meeting! Nominate your favorite arts organization! For now the meeting is at Mulligan’s On Blue, but if we are still observing social distancing in May, we will announce an alternative, and please be prepared to MAIL in nominations a week in advance (by May 6th).

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude and well wishes to our giving community.  It is so important for us to keep the Aloha Spirit alive and share our patience and compassion for all those struggling during this unprecedented time in the world.  We are stronger together!

Mahalo for all that you do! Be well and please let’s all keep in touch.