Three not for profits get a boost from Wabash Valley group

Three Wabash Valley groups have more money to help kids who need it the most.

Posted: Aug 6, 2018 10:58 PM

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Three Wabash Valley groups have more money to help kids who need it the most.

It's all thanks to another group with a giving heart.

The Crossroads of America Exchange Club held a meeting on Monday night.

They hosted three Terre Haute not for profits that focus on children's needs

They were Covered With Love...which has a diaper distribution program...CODA, and Ryves Hall.

They gave each organization $1,000.

The goal of Crossroad of America Exchange Club is to help the community, neighborhood by neighborhood by providing resources.

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