A few years later, she even made an organization, Empower Orphans, which sends food, clothes, books, and many other things to orphans.
Can we replace the underlined relative pronoun 'which' with 'that'?
There are two arguments about this.
1. The 'which' in the above sentence is a non-restrictive use of relative pronoun, accordingly, 'that' can't replace 'which'.
2. The comma in front of 'which' is used to indicate the apposition between 'an organization' and 'Empower Orphans'. In that case, the use of the relative pronoun is restrictive and therefore, 'that' can be used, too.
What is your opinion?