Fundraising Events

Tabitha Events & Sponsorship Opportunities

As a nonprofit, for-purpose, mission-driven provider of exceptional Senior care, Tabitha relies on the generosity of donors and corporations. Without these valuable relationships, too many Seniors in our communities would go unserved, forgotten.

Our fundraising events are a fun way to support Tabitha, either as a sponsor or guest. There are numerous opportunities for corporate partnership and recognition, while making a difference in local Seniors' lives. For more information, click on any of the events below, or contact Tabitha Foundation at 402.486.8509.

Tabitha Foundation is a nonprofit, 501(c) 3 organization, gifts are Tax Deductible, Federal ID #47-0636199.

Fundraising Events & Sponsorship Opportunities

Into the Blue Donor & Volunteer Luncheon

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
11:00 am1:00 pm
Embassy Suites, 1040 P Street, Lincoln, NE
Into the Blue Donor & Volunteer Luncheon

Our donors and volunteers are vital, for Tabitha and the seniors we serve. What better way to recognize the gifts and talents of these special individuals than through a celebration lifting them up as the shining stars they are? This luncheon is our way of acknowledging our benefactors in a community celebration. Join us in honoring our donors, volunteers and friends.

Gateway Sertoma Golf Event

Friday, June 7, 2019
11:30 am6:30 pm
NuMark Golf Course, 8901 Augusta Dr, Lincoln, NE 68526
Gateway Sertoma Golf Event

Grab some friends and join us for the 17th year of the annual Gateway Sertoma golf tournament. This four-person golf scramble features games, hole prizes, food and drink. Sponsorships and teams will benefit Tabitha Meals on Wheels, Lincoln’s first and only at-home meal program for seniors.

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Tabitha, Nebraska’s industry-leading Senior Care provider, offers grief groups and hospice volunteer training throughout the month of November in Lincoln, York, Grand Island, and Nebraska City, NE. Learn more.

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As the medicine cabinet fills up, keeping it all straight can be tricky, but vitally important for overall health. Consult your doctor or pharmacist when starting a new medication. Be sure to ask these questions.

To someone with a terminal illness, every day matters. Knowledgeable, experienced leadership is essential, and Tabitha Hospice utilizes Dr. Kevin Reichmuth as medical director and local expert.

Tabitha The Club—Adult Day Services proudly partners with Be Well MD and introduces an innovative program that offers an on-site medical clinic for clients. Learn more about The Club.

Chris Wismer, Tabitha Hospice Administrator, was recently appointed as the community engagement chair of the Nebraska Hospice and Palliative Care Association (NHPCA). Wismer was one of the Nebraskans present at the recent Management and Leadership Conference and Advocacy Intensive in Washington D.C.

Nine-year-old Braxton Anderson, of Calloway, Neb., recently made a $3 donation. Those 12 quarters and a request for others to follow his lead has turned into almost $12,000 and counting for the longstanding Tabitha Meals on Wheels program. Read more.

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