100 Men Who Care Give Check to the RVCC


It all starts with $100.

“Each man writes a $100 check or cash to that non profit,” said board member Michael Hubbard.

100 men who come from all walks of life.

“We’ve got business owners, we have blue collar workers. It’s everybody from a-z,” said Hubbard.

The group heard from House of Faith, the Regional Victims Crisis Center, and Parents Who Care, then voted on what organization to donate their checks to. RVCC walked away with $8,000.

“I just feel really humbled and blessed. I’ve just been in awe about this organization, 100 men and 100 women, to see what they’re doing and the impact they’re making in Abilene. It’s just a collective, huge impact,” said Monica Reid of the RVCC.

The best part to board member Michael Hubbard is that anyone can be a part of the difference the organization makes.

“$100 a quarter, so basically a dollar a day, and you’re a part of something that’ s pretty exciting,” said Hubbard.


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