Sponsors

Capital FM

CapitalFM

106.0 Capital FM is very proud to support 100 Women Who care. As an organization that is entrenched in the local community and supported by local businesses we believe in giving back to the community.

OMISTA Credit Union

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The Lodge at Kingswood Featured

lodgeThe Kingswood Lodge is Fredericton's most unique event and meeting facility. It features one of the most relaxing atmospheres in the city with windows in each meeting room. Able to accommodate from 2 to 200 people, the Kingswood Lodge is the ideal location for meeting functions, weddings, tradeshows, banquets and more. We offer a full range of catering services.

Kingswood believes in helping the people and organizations in our community.  We are honored to sponsor 100 Women Who Care - Fredericton. 

Vagrant Web Designs

vagrantVagrant is a Web and Creative design company providing comprehensive online and branding solutions including web design and development, logos, print/marketing materials, email campaigns, and social media consulting and strategy. We are always looking for clients EXCITED about developing and marketing their brand through forward website design and development, engaging branding and creative design materials.

At Vagrant, we believe in strengthening the bonds on our local community through action. We are very proud to be involved with 100 Women Who Care Fredericton, whose action will cause direct impact and change to local and regional causes/charities.

Massive Graphics

massiveMassive Graphics Displays Exhibits is a local family owned business that has been providing quality Tradeshow Collateral & Interior/Exterior Signage in Fredericton and surrounding areas since 1997.

Joanne Keays, vice president of Massive Graphics, says that she is humbled to be part of such a powerful movement. When approached by Anna to be a part of 100 Women Who Care, she thought, “alone, you don’t always think that your efforts will even be felt, but it is very exciting to know that together, 100 women will have such an impact on those organizations within our community that continually struggle to do the good work they do.”