Second year of “100 Men Who Care – Knoxville” kicks-off February 19

The second year for the organization named “100 Men Who Care – Knoxville” kicks-off February 19 with the quarterly meet-up at the Pour Taproom, 207 West Jackson Avenue, in the Old City.

As noted in this post from a year ago, the organization has a single purpose: to create a vehicle through which men who are time-constrained, but desirous of helping others, can do so in an organized way. The goal was to have a different a local charity selected each quarter with 100 men committing $100 per event.

Four non-profits benefitted during the inaugural year. They were:

  • February – Change Center ($10,100).
  • May – UUNIK Academy ($8,000).
  • August – Girls Inc. ($7,300).
  • November – Helen Ross McNabb Center.

The “100 Men Who Care” organization is asking for renewed commitments. To do so, click here.

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