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Columbia Springs garners support of 100 Women Who Care Clark County

The Columbian
Published: January 29, 2022, 5:04am

CAMAS — Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $3,500 to Columbia Springs on Dec. 1, at their first in-person meeting for many months.

Development Director Paul Morris accepted the funds on behalf of Columbia Springs. Rebecca Zent, advisory board member of the 100 Women group, nominated the organization at the September meeting. Zent shared how much she enjoys visiting the 100-acre urban natural site and hiking the numerous trails. Other members recalled school trips with their children. The outdoor education center offers events, programs, and workshops to teach people of all ages about stewardship and environmental science.

Camas-Washougal Community Chest and Friends of the Children-SW Washington were the other nonprofit nominees at the September meeting.

Founded in 2018, 100 Women Who Care Clark County is a giving circle that meets quarterly and has donated more than $100,000 to local nonprofits since inception. Members who attend are eligible to nominate local nonprofits to be considered for the quarterly donation. Members commit to a $100 donation to the charity voted upon by the members at each meeting.

The December meeting was held at Salud! and the group hopes to continue with in-person meetings in 2022. The next meeting will be 6 p.m. Feb. 23 at Grains of Wrath, Camas. There is an optional social hour before the meeting starting at 5 p.m.