100 Women Who Care make big donation

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – One group of Wabash Valley women is caring for their community.

“100 Women Who Care” made a nice contribution Thursday.

The group awarded its third grant of the year to the Candles Holocaust Museum and Education Center.

Over $20,000 will be donated.

The money will go toward renovations.

Candles Museum creator Eva Kor says she is grateful for the help.

“I am very honored, excited and thankful that they have chosen Candles for this 20,900 dollars. A contribution that we will use to finish our new exhibit that will be a new permanent exhibit in Solomon Hall, “ Eva Kor said.

The new exhibit will stage and portray the Holocaust through the eyes of Eva Kor.

It’ll open in September.

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