Taste of Tabor 2019

We are excited to inform you that on Monday, May 13, 2019, Tabor will host its 4th annual Taste of Tabor event. During this time, more than 250 guests will embark on Aldie Mansion located in Doylestown, Pa, in support of this annual fundraiser. Local chefs and restaurants are provided with the opportunity to showcase their culinary talents while guest partake in samplings from area restaurants. Additionally, all present will enjoy live music as well as a live and silent auction with phenomenal items. An added highlight to this event will be the pairing of selected Tabor youth to the participating chefs and restaurants who have expressed interest in the culinary field.

Tabor is a nonprofit child welfare organization founded in Doylestown more than 100 years ago.  Tabor’s vision has led to a rich history of serving children and families in need. Currently serving more than 1500 children, youth and families annually, Tabor provides multi-service community based programming in Bucks, Philadelphia and surrounding counties. Services provided include: Foster Care, Adoption, Case Management, Life Skills and Mentoring.

Our goal is to raise $45,000 for Tabor. Achieving this goal will help ensure we can maintain the comprehensive range of programming that Tabor offers both children and youth who have endured abuse and neglect, as well as those aging out of the child welfare system.

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Friendraising Social 2019

Tabor Services, Inc. is excited to inform and invite you to our Friendraising Social. This event will take place Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 6:00pm until 8:00pm at the Morris Arboretum of University of Pennsylvania in the historic Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia. Our Friendrasing Social provides an opportunity for Tabor to communicate with key stakeholders our mission and the programs that support it, while also expanding our visibility in the Philadelphia County region.

Tabor is a nonprofit community-based and multi-service organization serving children, youth and families through a range of programs for both children who have endured abuse and neglect and young adults who are “aging out” of the child welfare system. Tabor provides services to approximately 1,500 children, youth and families annually throughout Bucks County, Philadelphia and the Lehigh Programs include in-home family support services, foster care, adoption, adolescent life skills training and mentoring. Tabor has had a long-standing history of improving lives by working to create a community where children are safe, family life and values are strengthened and each individual is empowered to become a self-sufficient member of their community.

Tickets for this event are $35.00 and can be purchased via check or money order made out to Tabor Services, Inc. or Click Here to purchase online.

For any questions concerning this event please contact our Public Relations and Business Development Manager: Monique.Gaillard@tabor.org or 267-318-0467 ext. 685.

We look forward to seeing you there!

2018 Cheer All Year: Holiday Adopt-A-Child Toy Drive

Greetings and Happy Holidays,

Tabor Services, Inc. is pleased to offer you a personal invitation of partnership with us during our 2018 Cheer All Year: Holiday Toy Drive. We are striving to ensure that the children and families we service in Philadelphia, Bucks and surrounding counties are provided with a memorable holiday season.

For the last 36 years, Tabor in conjunction with the generous efforts of our community partners, has been able to provide gifts to the 1500 children, youth and families that we service annually. Tabors’ success is largely in part due to the collaborative efforts of the local businesses, community organizations, faith based institutions and individual donors that partner with us each and every year.

Holiday support has been an important adjunct to the interventions that the Tabor staff do day in and day out. Many of the families that we service come from an economic status that may not allow for extras such as holiday gifts while possible battling issues with abuse and neglect. Some of our clients are placed outside of their homes until it is deemed by court ruling that they can be reunited with their birth family, or have to be adopted.

While we encourage our partners to add that personal touch by adopting a child, we realize that might not fit everyone’s abilities at this time. If you would like to partner please see the attached document which outlines all the ways that this can be made possible.

On behalf of the entire Tabor Family, I want to thank you in advance and let you know that we are very grateful for any level of support that you are able to provide.


Warm Regards,

Monique L. Gaillard, MSW

Public Relations and Business Development Manager





Older Youth Collaborative Webinar Series

Download and Share the Older Youth Webinars Save The Date Here

Hear from Rosaleen Holohan, Adolescent Initiative Program (AIP), Tabor Children’s Services and Dawn Miller, Director of Suburban County Programs, Tabor Children’s Services discuss how to develop and sustain a mentoring program and a local youth advisory board on the dates below.

If you are interested in attending any of these webinars, please email Rachael Ickes at rmi6@pitt.edu with your name, email address, and agency.