Give to Lincoln Day

Give to Lincoln Day

Give to Lincoln Day is Thursday, May 28, 2020

About Give to Lincoln Day

Give to Lincoln Day is a 24-hour event in which every donation gets a proportional share of a $500,000 match fund made possible by Lincoln Community Foundation and generous sponsors. Gifts made between May 1 and May 28 count toward the match.

Ways to Give

Online

Make an online donation STARTING MAY 1

Mail

Make checks payable to "Lincoln Community Foundation, “Memo Line: “Tabitha.” Checks postmarked by May 23 will be included in Give to Lincoln Day totals for matching gift opportunities.

Mail to: Tabitha Foundation, 4720 Randolph St., Lincoln, NE 68510

In Person

West Gate Bank will accept Give to Lincoln Day donations via their drive-thru windows May 1-May 28. View locations here.

Ensure Seniors get essential care they deserve.

Your gift will directly impact older adults in our community. Whether that means delivering a hot, nutritious meal to a neighbor, providing exceptional nursing care to a friend or by supporting a family nearing the end of life’s journey, Tabitha is the Answer.

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