100 Men Who Care Los Alamos will hold its next event to consider funding for three local nonprofits 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6 at UNM-Los Alamos.
The group will select one of the three nonprofits, which will receive $100 from each 100 Men Who Care member.
At last quarter’s meeting, Los Alamos Family Council received $3,000 to support family counseling services and youth suicide prevention. Previous recipients include LA Cares and Self Help, which received a combined total of $8,700.
100 Men Who Care Los Alamos is dedicated to promoting philanthropy by area residents and providing immediate and meaningful financial support to local nonprofits. The group meets quarterly to select a nonprofit to receive each member’s $100 contribution.
Membership is open to all men willing to commit to contributing $100 dollars each quarter to a different local charity to be selected by the group. In addition, members may nominate their favorite local charity for future consideration. Members do not need to be present to donate.
For more information, visit www.100menwhocarelosalamos.org.