Support Seniors

Support Seniors this Christmas

“The joy that you give to others is the joy that comes back to you.”
John Greenleaf Whittier

What a year! Even in the best of times, nonprofit Tabitha faces major challenges. The ongoing pandemic just magnifies our needs. Despite it all, we are filled with hope for the future. Through generous donors, like you, our ability to care for and about Seniors is strengthened.

Seniors remain guarded by distance from their families. Tabitha is still conserving and seeking out personal protective gear (PPE). And competing with securing nurses and aides. We’ve constantly had our skills and agility put to the test this year, and this will continue into 2021. All the while, we’re finding ways to be collaborative and creative to live into our purpose of empowering people to live joyfully, age gratefully. As always, Tabitha stands committed to fighting for the most vulnerable, Seniors.

They need you now more than ever.

Tabitha is so grateful that we’ve been able to count on you in the past, and we pray and trust that we can count on you during this critical time. Please think of Seniors this season with a gift through Tabitha.
 

 

 

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If you have any questions, please call Tabitha Foundation at 402.486.8509.

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

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