Become a part of 100 Women who Care of Greater Moncton!

 of Greater Moncton

Group history

We hope more chapters will form in other Canadian cities as they get wind of what we are doing and how simple and powerful the 100 Women concept is.

 

100 Women who Care

Jenna Murray, founder of the Greater Moncton Chapter, heard about the 100 Women who Care initiative and knew immediately that Moncton was the perfect place to begin a new chapter. Connie Thornton also joined Jenna in the initiative, as she too wanted to see change and be a part of this movement within her community. Jenna and Connie have known each other for decades, and have traveled extensively together on International missions. They look forward to collaborating with 100+ women in this Moncton chapter and witnessing positive and direct change in the Greater Moncton community.


This Greater Moncton organization was formed in June 2013 and is the fourth Atlantic Canadian 100 Women Who Care group.  The first 100 Women Who Care group was formed in November 2006 by Karen Dunigan of Jackson, Michigan. At their first one-hour meeting, this 100 Women Who Care group raised $10,000 to buy 300 new baby cribs for an organization in their city!  In total there are now 47 chapters in the US and 8 in Canada – now that’s impressive!