100 Men 2017-08-16T09:25:27+00:00

The 100 Men is a select group of community leaders and professionals committed to supporting Samaritan House’s mission to end violence, whether domestic, sexual or trafficking. Our goal is to drive the number of violence and homicide incidences down to zero.

Letter from the 100 Men Chairman,

The 100 Men is an arm of The Samaritan House formed as a fundraising tool and a marketing voice to explain to the community what goes on here. Our mission can be stated with lofty words like “giving a voice to ending domestic violence” or being “the guardians against domestic violence” and surely that is our goal – to end the senseless violence that tears a family apart.

Nonetheless, I think our mission is best explained in simple terms: We want to fix something here.
100 Men do far more than financially support Samaritan House programs – 100 Men tells a story. It’s one that’s often hidden or forgotten, because it is a community’s most embarrassing story. Not just in our community, but nationwide. Wars wage around the world, and terrorists do unthinkable acts, and the news brings them front and center. Yet quietly, dark and hidden, there is fear, pain, and sorrow all around us in homes and neighborhoods you would never imagine having such trouble.

There’s a second part to this story. Here in our community we have an organization like The Samaritan House making strides to help those in need and to create a more informed legal system to support victims. We’re called The Samaritan House but we are far more than a shelter. An endless list of services provide a driving force against the harsh reality of domestic violence in Hampton Roads, and it is thanks to the many supporters like you who make it possible.
My thanks to The 100 Men and to all those who donate their time, talent, and treasure to this cause. Together, in our community, we can fix something here.

Sincerely,Chris CalcagnoPresident Seventh PointChairman 100 Men

100 Men

  • Jim Arnhold 2013-2016
  • Bob Aston 2013-2016
  • Charles Barker 2013-2016
  • Charles Barker Champions for Charity 2016
  • Thomas M. Bates 2015-2016
  • Frank Batten Jr. 2013-2016
  • Gary Bonnewell 2016
  • R. B. Bradley 2016
  • Robert Broermann 2016
  • Rickard Burnell 2014-2016
  • Richard Burroughs 2013-2016
  • BW Management Group LLC. 2016
  • Chris Calcagno 2014-2016
  • Jeffrey Chernitzer 2014-2016
  • Keith Curtis 2013-2016
  • The Curtis Family Foundation 2016
  • Jorge Dabul 2016
  • Glenn David 2015-2016
  • Douglas & Marianne Dickerson Foundation 2016
  • Alex Divaris 2014-2016
  • Nathan Drory 2014-2016
  • Dave Durham 2014-2016
  • ESG Enterprises 2016
  • George Faatz 2015-2016
  • John Fain 2014-2016
  • Edward S. Garcia 2016
  • Bo Garner 2016
  • Michael F. Gelardi 2016
  • Dr. Ed George 2013-2016
  • The Goddard School 2016
  • Chuck Gomer 2016
  • Carl Hardee 2014-2016
  • William Haycox 2015-2016
  • Glen A. Huff 2016
  • Thomas Johnston 2013-2016
  • David Kaufman 2013-2016
  • Joshua Kellam 2016
  • David Kenderson 2016
  • Kyle D. Korte 2013-2016
  • Steve Lawson 2013-2016
  • Harry Lester 2013-2016
  • Aubrey Eugene Loving Jr. 2013-2016
  • J. H. (Jody) Luck 2013-2016
  • John F. Malbon 2013-2016
  • Vince Mastracco Jr. 2013-2016
  • Michael W. McCabe Sr. 2013-2016
  • Jim McClellan 2016
  • Bob McDonnell 2016
  • Wayne McKenley 2015-2016
  • William H. Monroe Jr. 2013-2016
  • Thomas Nicholson 2014-2016
  • Richard E. Nottingham 2013-2016
  • Donald J. O’Brian 2013-2016
  • William C Oglesby III 2016
  • Ed George Pearson 2016
  • PEMCCO Inc. 2016
  • Patricia & Douglas Perry Foundation 2016
  • Mike Pope 2014-2016
  • Jeff Richardson 2013-2016
  • Philip Richardson 2013-2016
  • Andrew Richmond 2013-2016
  • Congressman Scott Rigell 2013-2016
  • Tim Rees 2015-2016
  • Tim Robertson 2013-2016
  • Prescott Sherrod 2015-2016
  • Ken Shewbridge 2013-2016
  • Tom Snyder 2016
  • Paul Speece 2013-2016
  • Jon Wheeler 2013-2016
  • Mike Wheeler 2014-2016
  • Preston M. White Jr. 2013-2016
  • John O. Wynne 2013-2016