Chobani donates $20K to Wassmuth Center after racist stickers found at Anne Frank Memorial
Anne Frank memorial Wednesday night. (CBS2)

Chobani yogurt is donating $20,000 to the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights after Nazi stickers were found at the Anne Frank Memorial earlier this week.

Hamdi Ulukaya, Chobani's CEO, wrote on social media about the donation.

"On this #HumanRightsDay, Chobani gives $20K to Wassmuth Center for Human Rights to help clean away hate from the memorial, let's all be the light this #Hanukkah & stand with Boise against hatred," Ulukaya said.

Wassmuth posted an update on Twitter.

"While we’re currently caught in a national media firestorm, we are overwhelmed with the statements of support for the Memorial and the work of the Wassmuth Center," the center said on Twitter. "We WILL overpower and overwhelm the voices of hate with our collective voices of kindness and compassion."

Boise Police says it's actively investigating the stickers left at the memorial. 

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