Give to Grow: Seventh annual event scheduled

For four days, the Sabetha community has an opportunity to give to local non-profits that uphold the community. The seventh Annual Give to Grow Match Day exists to encourage people to give to their favorite local charitable causes. These 58 local organizations support our people, programs, places and even our pets!

In-person donating begins at 7 a.m. Friday, Nov. 18, at The Creative Farmhouse located at 918 Main Street in Sabetha. Donations also will be accepted online or at various locations around town Friday, Nov. 18, through Monday, Nov. 21.

This year, $73,000 in matching funds are available for all non-profit funds, and total donations to each fund will be prorated — up to $5,000 — to determine their percent of total challenge bonus. Match Fund donors include Ray and Jeannie Bachelor, Kent and Donna Saylor, Anonymous, Wenger Manufacturing, Ag Partners Coop, United Bank and Trust, Paul and Betsy Tedman, Edelman’s Home Center, Morrill and Janes Bank, Rainbow Communications and the GSCF Board of Directors group.

Following the Give to Grow event, the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation (GSCF) will be at the Window Opening on Friday, Nov. 25, to share the success of Give to Grow and will accept donations that night. Come and enjoy treats and pick up an invitation to the Community Celebration Gala, which will be held on Saturday, Jan. 14, at The Main Event.

How to Give

Online gifts can be made between Friday, Nov. 18, and Tuesday, Nov. 21, at

Charitable donation checks also can be mailed to Greater Sabetha Community Foundation, P.O. Box 111, Sabetha, KS 66534. Please make sure the donation check is postdated by Nov. 21.

In-person donations also can be made at Buzz Café, Community National Bank, Country Mart, Lukert Chiropractic, Morrill and Janes Bank, Simpson Chiropractic, or United Bank and Trust.

Donation forms can be downloaded at Please include a giving form with all check or cash donations. All donations are tax deductible.

Non-profit Funds

The following make up the remaining of the 58 total non-profit funds listed for donations:

Brown County Humane Society, Community Animal Protection Society, Highland Community College Foundation – Sabetha, Oregon Street Historical Walkway Project, Cheryl Baldridge-Kogler SHS Class of 1992 Scholarship, Peggy Brant Scholarship Endowment, Albany Historical Society, Friends of Mary Cotton Public Library, Sabetha Music Boosters, Apostolic Christian Home, Kanza Mental Health Foundation Endowment, Kids Kloset, Lakeside Terrace, Lunch Lady Angels Hands Up Grants, My Sister’s House, Neighbor-2-Neighbor, Nemaha County Community Health Services, Nemaha County Meals on Wheels, Nemaha County Training Center, First Lutheran Christian Preschool, Northeast Kansas Youth Sports Association, Sabetha Community Preschool, Sabetha Kiwanis Project, Sabetha Sharks Swim Team, SHS Booster Club, Stephen Ukele Scholarship, United 4 Youth, Glacial Hills Business Resource Center, GSCF Community Unrestricted Endowment, Sabetha Cemetery Association, Sabetha Economic Development Commission, Sabetha City with Heart Emergency Fund, Sabetha Health & Wellness Center, Sabetha Saddle Club, Tara Ploeger Memorial Scholarship, The Main Event, FFA Alumni Association, Sabetha High School Alumni Association, Sabetha High School Extracurricular Activities, Sabetha High School Fine Arts Support, Sabetha PTO Classroom Enhancement Program, SHS FFA & Industrial Arts Support, USD 113 Appleseed Innovation Grant, SHS Project Prom, Sabetha VFW Memorial/Auxiliary Post 7285, Sabetha Playground Partners Fund, Sabetha Food Pantry, NorthRidge Family Development Center Support/Scholarship, Northeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging, Grains for Hope Foundation, GSCF Give to Grow and Community Celebration Support, Sabetha Area Medical Expense Relief Fund, Sabetha Chamber Beautification Project, Sabetha Community Hospital Health Foundation Endowment, USD 113 Science & Business Support, Sabetha Municipal Airport Support, USD 113 Foundation, and Kansas Honor Flight.

Descriptions of some of these funds can be found at

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