Heather Clark

Heather Clark

Founder of 100 Women Who Care-Cranberry Township, PA

Joined June 2020

Nonprofits Supported

CASA of Allegheny County

CASA of Allegheny County
Pittsburgh, PA

CASA of Allegheny County is an advocacy group that engages community volunteers who are passionately seeking involvement in their neighborhoods, focusing on advocating for abused and neglected children in the areas where they live. We are the only program that allows for such in-depth community involvement in the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors.

Ready Yourselves Youth Ranch

Ready Yourselves Youth Ranch
New Brighton, PA

Ready Yourselves Youth Ranch exists to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ by bringing together rescue horses, children in need, and volunteer mentors ready to shine the light of Jesus in the darkest night, creating a safe and loving environment ready for God to heal.

Seneca Valley Foundation

Seneca Valley Foundation
Harmony, PA

The Seneca Valley Foundation is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to encouraging excellence and innovation in the Seneca Valley Schools. The Foundation will achieve this by seeking donations and patrons to facilitate the development of new capital projects, programs and scholarships. Its board members will consist of stakeholders from local business leaders, community leaders and school leaders. As a non-profit organization, the Foundation is also utilized as a vehicle by which memorial and other charitable donations may be made to the Seneca Valley School District.

Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Sleep in Heavenly Peace
Kimberly, ID

Making Bunk Beds for children that are without beds and are not sleeping in Peace. Because every child deserves a safe place to sleep.

Neighbors for Neighbors

Neighbors for Neighbors
Cranberry Township, PA

Neighbors for Neighbors is a local non-profit organization that is dedicated to making the holiday season brighter for local children by fulfilling their holiday Wish List. A Wish List consists of 5-6 items that a child requests for the holidays. The Wish Lists often contain basic items such as jackets, shoes, clothes, blankets and toiletries. Neighbors for Neighbors works closely with contacts at local school districts to identify children that are in most need for the holidays. Most of the children we help participate in their schools free/reduced lunch program or have recently fallen on hard times. We believe that every child deserves to have a special holiday season no matter what their circumstances.