100 Kids

100 Who Care London's total donations: $498,650 (as of August 3rd, 2016)!

100 Kids Who Care London came from the desire to teach children to give.  100 Kids intends to show that philanthropy comes from the willingness to help and that anyone can contribute, regardless of age, gender or their net worth.  As well, we highlight that the need for help exists in our own community.  100 Kids wants to inspire the next generation of philanthropists by providing a forum to help and contribute to local charities.

 

How does this work?

  • Attend and committ to 4 meetings per year with a time commitment of 4 hours total.
  • Each child donates $10 per meeting to charity.
  • 100% of their donation is given to charity.
  • 100 Kids members will nominate a charity at least three days before the meeting.
  • 3 charities will be randomly selected at the night of the meeting.
  • The 3 charities will be introduced by the children who nominated them.
  • Nominators (the children) will have up to 1 minute to speak about their charity.
  • Parents are not permitted to represent their children during the speech portion.
  • Members (the children) will vote for a charity they want to donate to.
  • Parent can vote on the behalf of children who are too young to vote.
  • Majority rule - the charity with the most votes will receive the group's collective donations.
  • Anyone under the age of 18 are welcome to become members. Those who are 18 years or older are welcome to join 100 Women or 100 Men.

 

What do kids get out of this?

They learn the spirit of giving at a young age.  They learn the importance of giving back to the community.  They learn that you don't have to be wealthy to give.  They will meet new friends and strengthen the bonds of existing friendships  They learn a democratic approach to decision making.  They learn that giving is FUN!!

 

What do parents get out of this?

You can teach and foster the spirit of philanthropy early in your children's lives.  You can teach them that charity does not discriminate against age, gender or income level.  You can teach them the benefits of a democratic voting system.  You meet like minded parents.  It's a fun, quick and productive evening out with your kids!

 

How do you register?

Complete the online Commitment and RSVP forms on this website.

 

How do you nominate a charity?

Complete the online Organization Submission form on this website at least three days prior to a meeting.

 

We thank you the parents and the members of 100 Kids who supported and contributed to a successful year of fundraising and learning about our local charities.  We are looking forward to having you back as members of 100 Youth in 2015!

 

 

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