The “100 Sonoma County People Who Care” group has announced their finalists for the $10,000 prize that will go to a local non-profit. 100 People Who Care Sonoma_horizontal flyer!

100 Sonoma is a funding circle organized for the purpose of bringing together community members to learn about and select one Sonoma County non-profit annually to receive a significant financial gift. One Hundred People Who Care, give $100 each for a total of $10,000 to the chosen non-profit. 100 Sonoma People Who Care is led by a small grass roots steering committee/board of directors. They are particularly interested in raising awareness of smaller non-profits and community service programs that are not necessarily well known but do important work and are in need of funding.

Here are the finalists in the 5 categories that they have announced.

Senior Services:
‪Petaluma People Services Center

Environmental Stewardship:
Daily Acts

Family & Children:
Giant Steps Therapeutic Riding Center

Animal Welfare:
Lily’s Legacy Senior Dog Sanctuary

Arts and Sciences:
Petaluma Wildlife and Natural Science Museum

Petaluma’s very own Mike Harris will be the Master of Ceremonies for the event.

So please mark your calendars for Tuesday February 23rd from 6-8pm at the Petaluma Woman’s Club as one of these local non-profits will walk away with $10,000 to support their cause.

Be sure to “like” the Facebook page of 100 Sonoma County People Who Care at:

For more information about the event or to become a sponsor call 707-242-8277