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The charity will receive a check for about $10,000."We're still getting checks mailed in," Bosman said. Even if you miss a meeting, you're still on the hook for a $100 check.
The retired registered nurse recruited two women friends from Delmar who were in the same book club: Peg Donovan and Sandra Alinger, both retired schoolteachers.
Three of the founders of the Albany Chapter Sandra Alinger, Peg Donovan and Jeri Bosman during a meeting of 100 Women Who Care, Albany chapter at Delmar Reformed Church on Thursday Aug. Three charities are pitched by members at each meeting. She heard about 100 Women Who Care while visiting a friend in South Carolina and decided to transport the concept north.
Here are the basic rules: Four one-hour meetings a year. "The beauty of it is that it's so simple," said Jeri Bosman, of Delmar, one of the founders of the local chapter.
In Syracuse, the numbers are slightly more even, with 115 unattached men for every 100 women -- which works out to 87 single ladies for every 100 men.
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Farrell/Times Union) less Three of the founders of the Albany Chapter Sandra Alinger, Peg Donovan and Jeri Bosman during a meeting of 100 Women Who Care, Albany chapter at Delmar Reformed Church on Thursday Aug. It's also been called "collective philanthropy" and spawned a Twitter hashtag #The Powerof100.
Enter the Albany chapter of 100 Women Who Care Alliance. Observing their recent meeting, which clocked in at one hour, was a bit like watching speed dating for charities.One woman said she got interested after she struck up a conversation with a woman working out on a stationary bike next to hers at a local YMCA."I decided to join a good cause," said Corrine Falope, who heard about the group in a doctor's office waiting room when she chatted with a woman as she knitted.In which case, women looking for a man with a job will have their best luck in Ithaca (97 employed single men for every 100 single women), Albany (91 for every 100) and the Buffalo-Niagara Falls region (90 for every 100).On the other hand, men looking for career women may prefer Rochester (67 employed single women for every 100 single men), Albany (65 for every 100), or Syracuse and Buffalo (63 for every 100).Good news, single ladies -- if you're looking for a date with a man, the odds are in your favor in Upstate New York. Just three cities in the study were found to have an even number of single men and women in that age range: Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Decatur, Illinois; and Nashville, Tennessee.