WHO WE ARE

100 Ways of Giving is a 501(c)(3), tax exempt non-profit organization whose mission is to give back to less fortunate, underserved communities. Our organization aims to inspire and unite young adults of color by spearheading a movement, amongst millennials, that promotes a domino effect of philanthropic and charitable acts within their own communities. Our programs include, but are not limited to: a unique digital wish list gifting program and various millennial engaging service projects and events throughout each year.
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Number of People Served
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Combined Volunteer hours
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Number of people we aim to serve by 2020
Jennifer A. Matthews

Jennifer A. Matthews

"The Visionary"

Responsible for bringing the vision and overall purpose of the organization to fruition. Jennifer’s responsibilities include brand management, product development, marketing communications to include advertising, promotions and visuals, market research and strategic partnerships.

Debbie Saint-Clair

Debbie Saint-Clair

"The Frame"

Responsible for the operations and implementation of the organization. Debbie works cross-functionally to develop internal and external communications plans and correspondences that leverage the organization’s promise to broaden our outreach and deepen our public impact.

Jedaiah J. Cohen

Jedaiah J. Cohen

"The Mouthpiece"

Responsible for the social capital of the organization. Joy develops and manages 100 WOG’s annual calendar of special events and projects while serving as the liaison between the organization’s internal and external stakeholders. Joy also contributes to the solicitation of sponsorships.

Monaia Haynes

Monaia Haynes

"The Money"

Responsible for all aspects of the organization’s finances. As CFO and Treasurer, Monaia manages 100 WOG’s finances, oversees all financial transactions and charitable contributions, and solicits funding for the organization’s initiatives and operations.

How you can get involved

At 100 Ways of Giving, we believe in giving the most valuable currency on the planet: time. We encourage our millennial volunteers and young adults to be more active in their communities. Our mission is simple. We aspire to be the 'it' volunteer organization for millennials of color while serving those in need. Here's how you can get involved.

  • Caryn Oppenheim, Youth Program Coordinator, Cradles to Crayonshttp://www.cradlestocrayons.org

    Thank you so much for your work on the well wish notes!

  • Catherine D’Amato, President and CEO, Greater Boston Food Bankhttp://gbfb.org

    Thank You, 100 Ways of Giving for making 1,546 meals possible through your volunteer efforts and sorting 1,893 pounds of food for people in need in eastern Massachusetts.

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