TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The 100+ Women Who Care Vigo County organization recently met for its second quarterly meeting of 2021 where members nominated, advocated and selected a nonprofit organization to collectively support. Members selected 12 Points Revitalization, Inc. to receive a donation of $10,400.
12 Points Revitalization, Inc. exists to inspire economic development in a historic district of Terre Haute. 100+ Women Who Care member, Tiffany Baker, serves as the Economic Development Chair for 12 Points Revitalization. She advocated during the second quarterly meeting on the organization’s behalf. With the funds received from 100+ Women Who Care Vigo County, 12 Points Revitalization will work this summer to beautify the streetscape of the 12 Points neighborhood with public art such as murals, sculptures and plants.
“This is the Year of 12,” Baker said. “The 12 Points Historic District is coming back to life this year! Terre Haute is on the cusp of a lot of growth over the next 24 months. 12 Points Revitalization wants to see 12 Points become a true destination within our city. We want to see people shopping, eating, drinking, and smiling in the neighborhood later this year! Thank you to 100+ Women Who Care Vigo County for sending a message that this neighborhood matters!”