Moose Jaw Women Who Care is holding their next event on Thursday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. in support of the South Central Early Childhood Intervention Program. 

The event will feature Almeta Ward from the Moose Jaw Salvation Army returning to share where the funds raised from the last event went towards.  

South Central ECIP executive director Nancy Rosnes will then share information about their organization and how people can donate. 

The goal is to have 100 people at the event donating $100 each to raise $10,000 for the organization in a matter of a couple of hours. 

Nicole Lillico is a member of Moose Jaw Women Who Care. She said they’ve held numerous events in support of organizations throughout Moose Jaw. 

“We have supported Square One Community. We have supported the Moose Jaw Families Inc., Heartland Hospice, and the Salvation Army just to name a few,” she said. 

The event is taking place over Zoom. It is open to the public as well as all genders. You can receive a Zoom link by emailing 

Moose Jaw Women Who Care was created in 2021. They are modeled after the international “100+ Women Who Care.”  

The group’s mission is to host events every few months highlights charities and non-profit groups in the city to help raise awareness of those groups and raise funds. 

More information about Moose Jaw Women Who Care can be found on their Facebook page.