Tabor Children’s Services will be hosting a community forum to discuss how the agency and community members can work together to better support the Germantown community. The community forum will serve as a foundation to expose the community to Tabor’s wide-range of available services; listen to ideas in relation to supporting our community; and share ways we can all work together to strengthen families, keep children safe and promote independence among our community members. Tabor will also be forming new affiliations with community members and organizations who share the common goal of improving the child welfare system through partnerships and community involvement.
Refreshments will be served and free parking is available to all who attend.
Event flyer is available here.
To RSVP please contact call 215-842-4800 (extension 605).
Please leave your name and telephone number when you call.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013, from 6 PM to 8 PM
57 E Armat Street
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Join us after work on Monday, April 8, 5 – 7 pm, for a cardio blast fitness class in Tabor’s Germantown-area office. Workout with other members of the local community under the guidance of fitness instructors at this fund-raiser benefiting Tabor’s work with abused and neglected children. Save by pre-registering for the class ($10 in advance; $15 at the door).
Event flyer is available here.
You can help us meet the needs of at-risk children and youth, and highly-challenged families.
1. Personal care items, including shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap.
2. Baby items, including disposable diapers, wipes, formula, baby food, bottles.
3. Laundry detergent.
4. Fire extinguishers and smoke alarms.
5. School supplies, including book bags, pens, binders, notebook paper, crayons.
6. Holiday food.
7. Holiday gifts.
8. Food bank non-perishables, including cereal, canned goods, peanut butter, jelly.
**Please enclose the Donate Gifts-in-Kind form with your donated items.**
1. Campership funds for needy children.
2. Cash donations for emergency needs.
**Please enclose the Donate to Tabor form with your contribution.**
Thank you for thinking of our children, youth and families!
For nearly a quarter century, Tabor Children’s Services has offered a Supervised Independent Living (SIL) program to prepare youth with the skills to manage independently when they leave the child welfare system at age 21. Through a grant from the Hoxie Harrison Smith Foundation, Tabor will provide flexible site instruction, that is, both in the home and in the office, to youth in receiving SIL services. This will include parenting education for adolescent mothers and fathers, as well as training in Balanced And Restorative Justice (BARJ) principles for youth referred through the juvenile justice system. The flexible site approach enables Tabor to accommodate the schedules of the youth, who each attend an educational program and maintain at least part-time employment. Read Full Story Here.
Tabor Children’s House, a nonprofit child care center visible from Main Street and New Britain Road in Doylestown Township, is seeking funds to complete the campaign for its $100,000 playground renovation project, scheduled for Spring 2010. Major funding already is secured for the project, including a $75,000 lead grant from the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) and a $10,000 grant from the Bucks County Foundation. Read Full Story Here.
At the invitation of Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency, Tabor Children’s Services will offer an after-school program in lower Bucks County that provides life skills and employment preparation for young teens, ages 14-16. School-based in the middle and high schools in Bristol Borough, Bristol Township, Levittown Township, Morrisville and Bensalem Township, the new 16-week program is an expansion of the adolescent initiative program (AIP) that Tabor has provided to youth ages 16 – 18 for the past two decades. The afterschool program is anticipated to serve 64 young adolescents receiving foster care or other BCCY-funded services. Read the full story here.
A book of memories of life at Tabor Home, in the words of the men and women who grew up here! Order your copy of ‘TWAS A HARD KNOCK LIFE: The Tabor Home Story. Read Full Story Here.
William A. Haussmann, Executive Director of Tabor Services Inc., a 102-year-old child welfare agency with offices in Doylestown and in the Germantown area of Philadelphia, received notification from the Council on Accreditation (COA) that the entire Tabor organization has been reaccredited. Read Full Story Here.