In May, 2018 Tabor Community Services will celebrate 50 years of serving the Lancaster County community. Established in 1968, Tabor now helps over 4,600 clients annually to meet their housing and financial challenges and learn to help themselves.
To celebrate its 50th Anniversary, Tabor has launched the 50 for 50 Campaign: Ensuring Tabor’s Future to secure at least 50 planned gifts by the anniversary date. “We have already received 26 pledges,” reports Tabor President Bob Thomas. Reaching the 50 gifts goal, he adds, “will be a testament to the enduring power and continuing relevance of Tabor’s mission, its ability to adapt to changing times and needs, the dedication of its staff and the faithful and generous support of its many friends.”
Donors who make planned gifts will become members of the Grace Wenger Society. Grace Wenger played a central role in establishing Tabor, and her deep commitment and vision helped propel the organization in its growth. Gifts will be invested in Tabor’s endowment to help grow an asset that will support Tabor’s services to the community and ensure its sustainability.
Tabor is partnering with both the Lancaster County Community Foundation and Everence to offer assistance to those considering a planned gift to Tabor.
In the coming year, Tabor is planning a variety of activities to celebrate its history and accomplishments. To find out about upcoming events and activities, how to support Tabor, or Tabor’s services, visit Tabor’s website at www.tabornet.org or call (717) 397-5182.