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Inter-Faith Treasure House receives support of 100 Women Who Care

The Columbian
Published: May 25, 2024, 5:56am

CAMAS — Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $6,900 to Inter-Faith Treasure House at their May 8 meeting at Salud! Wine Bar in Camas. Nancy Wilson, executive director, accepted the funds on behalf of the organization. The local giving circle selected Inter-Faith Treasure House at its February meeting. The Camas Farmers Market and Second Step Housing were the other nonprofit nominees.

Inter-Faith Treasure House has been serving the Camas and Washougal communities for 50 years. Its thrift store funds a food bank, which promotes food justice and fights hunger. The donation from the 100 Women group will be used to support the Treasure House Backpacks program, which provide 80 local students and their families with food over the weekends.

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