our extraordinary campaigns!

Browse our current campaigns, or approach the nonprofit you’d like to raise money for and encourage them to START A CAMPAIGN!


The Ebell Institute of Los Angeles

The Ebell Institute for the Study of Women’s History (TEI) will support the research and dissemination of the untold stories of Los Angeles sheroes.


Benton Library, Museum, and Community Center

The Village of Benton has begun a capital campaign to raise funds for the Benton Library, Museum, and Community Center project in the heart of our little community in the Driftless area of Southwest Wisconsin. This 7,500 sq. foot multi-use facility has been designed by the community, for the community.


City of Kaukauna Aquatic Center

The new Aquatic Center is project that will change the way we think about our outdoor pool. There will be so many ways to enjoy the water and each day will bring a new adventure!


Route 66 Extraordinary Women Initiative

You’re invited to celebrate the upcoming Centennial of Route 66 by supporting women-owned or operated businesses and attractions along The Mother Road!


The Carl Sandburg College Foundation and Sandburg’s College of Nursing

Your donation will support Sandburg nursing student success, relieve the educational barriers, and meet the ever-changing demands of a nursing education.


Ed Nebbins Foundation

Since 1958, Ridgewood Pool has been an integral part of the community; a safe and healthy place for families; and a place where thousands of children have learned the life-saving skill of swimming.


Home of Our Own

Home of Our Own began with a simple question: Where will our sons and daughters with developmental, physical, or intellectual disabilities live when they are ready for independence?


Waukesha Civic Theatre

Waukesha Civic Theatre is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide quality live theatre performances and educational opportunities that will entertain, enrich, engage, and challenge the whole Waukesha Community.


The Galesburg Public Library Foundation

The Foundation is currently supporting the Galesburg Public Library Capital Campaign which will fund the construction of a new library, expected to open in late 2023.


Lake Geneva Public Library

The Lake Geneva Public Library serves City of Lake Geneva and surrounding area residents with lifelong learning opportunities for everyone.


Ripon Public Library

Interactive play areas, collaboration spaces, family-friendly restrooms and a stunning view of Silver Creek will complement an outdoor performance area, play and picnic areas, gardens and more.


Irvin L. Young Memorial Library

Our goal is to raise $100,000, from 100 Extraordinary Women, to fund the new Outdoor Walkway and Event Area that includes public Wi-Fi access.


New London Public Library

The New London Public Library serves the City of New London and surrounding area residents with lifelong learning opportunities for all ages.


Kenosha Public Library

The KPL Kids at Uptown Library will be a place where the dreams and questions of young minds come to grow.

It’s easy to Be Extraordinary!

Donate $100 or Pledge $1,000 in your

name or in honor of someone special.

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other women to support your cause!

Committing to approximately $18.00 per month allows you to help raise $100,000 for something you believe in!

The donor pays the fees not the nonprofit organization. The nonprofit organization will immediately receive 100% of your donation. To allow the nonprofit organization to collect the entire donation and reach its $100,000 goal, we kindly ask each donor to cover this small fee as an additional way of supporting your chosen nonprofit organization.

The majority of the fee covers the credit card processing that is needed to allow pledges. It also helps to cover our technology and administrative costs. In addition, a portion of the fees received by 100EW are being set aside to build a foundation that will make grants available in the future. Thank you for your support.

“We had been trying to raise the funds for a performing arts center in our high school for fifteen years. The school district asked us to raise $750,000; if we could accomplish this they would take the idea to referendum. We began the campaign with 100 Extraordinary Women and got 140 women to pledge $140,000 in a few short months. We were amazed! This started our fundraising efforts. More than $750,000 was raised, and the referendum passed. The Performing Arts Center will be open in 2017; women in our community led the way.”


Linda Dowling
Contributor to Fine Arts Foundation
of the Westby Area Campaign