100WomenVan

MOSAIC receives $7,000 donation from 100 Women Who Care

MOSAIC was selected by 100 Women Who Care Vancouver as the charity to receive a donation of $7,000 at Steamworks Brew Pub in Gastown on November 14th. Their members were moved to hear about the many challenges refugees face when transitioning to life in Canada. 100WomenVan’s donation will support Syrian refugees living in Surrey, specifically helping women and children succeed in their new community by providing many essential settlement services including language and cultural training.

To learn more about our work with refugees, please visit mosaicbc.org/refugees.


100WomenVan is a membership-based group of diverse, like-minded women committed to helping others in our community. We’re part of a powerful group of local women making an immediate, direct and positive effect on the lives of our neighbours. We meet four times a year for an hour-long meeting, charitable organizations are nominated by members, each quarter, 3 charities are randomly selected to pitch the programs and/or services they need funding for, members vote, then write a $100 cheque on the spot – 100% goes to charity, as there are no administration fees. New members are welcome! To learn more, please visit 100womenvan.com.

From Left: Charlene Fekeshazy, Founding Chair, 100WomenVan; Saleem Spindari, Manager of Refugee Settlement Support Projects, MOSAIC; Ninu Kang, Director of Communications and Development, MOSAIC

From Left: Charlene Fekeshazy, Founding Chair, 100WomenVan; Saleem Spindari, Manager of Refugee Settlement Support Projects, MOSAIC; Ninu Kang, Director of Communications and Development, MOSAIC