100+ Women Who Care host Impact Award ceremony
The Forge Foundation was awarded $13,900 at the 100+ Women Who Care Impact Award ceremony Oct. 22 at the Courtyard by Marriott.
Katie McCrary speaks on behalf of the Forge Foundation to members and guests at the 100+ Women Who Care Impacts Awards Oct. 22 at the Courtyard by Marriott. The Forge Foundation was awarded $13,900 during the biannual award ceremony.
Yolanda Lowe draws the names of three organizations from a golden drum Oct. 22 at the Courtyard by Marriott. Lowndes County 4-H Clubs, The FORGE Foundation and Life Choices Pregnancy Care Center were all selected at random after having been nominated by members of 100+ Women Who Care.
Karen Clay collects votes from 100+ Women Who Care members as they vote for whichever charity they believe deserves the organization’s Impact Award Oct. 22 at the Courtyard by Marriott. Prior to the event, 14 organizations were nominated to receive the award. During the event, envelopes with the names of each organization are placed in a golden drum where three are then chosen from at random. After a representative from each organization speaks on its behalf, members vote for the winner.
Beth Imes, right, and Jamie Davidson, center, present the 100+ Women Who Care Impact Award to Katie McCrary on behalf of The FORGE Foundation Oct. 22 at the Courtyard by Marriott. The FORGE Foundation is “a group of community-minded small businesses, working alongside educators to recruit talented, skilled employees,” according to its website.
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