Annual event scheduled

For six days, the Sabetha community has an opportunity to give to local non-profits that uphold the community. The Eighth Annual Give to Grow Match Day exists to encourage people to give to their favorite local charitable causes. These 63 local organizations support our people, programs, places and even our pets!

In-person donating begins at 7 a.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at The Main Event located at 16 Main Street in Sabetha. Donations also will be accepted online or at various locations around town Friday, Nov. 17, through Wednesday, Nov. 22.

This year, over $130,000 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, Paul and Betsy Tedman, Gary and Leslie Scoby, Wenger Manufacturing, Community National Bank, Ag Partners Coop, Edelman’s Home Center, Grimm’s Gardens, NutraDrip Irrigation Systems, Rainbow Communications, Bank of Blue Valley, Simpson Chiropractic, Lukert Chiropractic & Wellness, and the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation (GSCF) group.

Following the Give to Grow event, the GSCF will be at the Window Opening on Friday, Nov. 24, 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 in January 2024.

How to Give

Online gifts can be made between Friday, Nov. 17, and Wednesday, Nov. 22, 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. 22.

In-person donations also can be made at Country Mart, Buzz Café, Community National Bank, Lukert Chiropractic, Morrill Bank, Simpson Chiropractic or Blue Valley Bank.

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 makes up the 63 total non-profit funds listed for donations:

Albany Historical Society, Apostolic Christian Home, Apple Seed Innovation Program, ARC Wild, Inc., Brown County Humane Society, Cheryl Baldridge-Kogler SHS Class of 1992 Scholarship, Community Animal Protection Society, First Lutheran Church Preschool, Friends of the Mary Cotton Public Library, Glacial Hills Business Resource Center, GSCF Community Grants, GSCF Give to Grow Match Day, Highland Community College Foundation – Sabetha, Impact Sabetha Inc/LifeWise Prairie Hills Fund, Kansas Honor Flight – Sabetha Chapter, Kanza Mental Health & Guidance Center, Lakeside Terrace, Lunch Lady Angels Hand Up Grants, Meals on Wheels of Nemaha County, My Sister’s House, Neighbor-2-Neighbor, Nemaha County Community Health Services, Nemaha County Free Fair Fund, Nemaha County Training Center, Northeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging – Sabetha, Northeast Kansas Youth Sports Association, NorthRidge Family Development Center, Peggy Brant Scholarship, Project Prom, Sabetha Cemetery Association, Sabetha Chamber of Commerce Projects, Sabetha Community Food Pantry, Sabetha Community Health Foundation, Sabetha Community Preschool, Sabetha Economic Development Commission, Sabetha FFA Alumni Association, Sabetha Fire Department, Sabetha Health & Wellness Center, Sabetha High School Trap Club, Sabetha Kiwanis Project, Sabetha Lions Club Community Benefit Fund, Sabetha Medical Expense Relief Fund, Sabetha Memorial VFW/VFW Auxiliary Post 7285, Sabetha Municipal Airport Support, Sabetha Music Boosters, Sabetha Playground Partners Fund, Sabetha PTO Classroom Enhancement Program, Sabetha Saddle Club, Sabetha Sharks Swim Team, Sabetha The City with Heart Assistance Fund, Sabetha Youth Tackle Football, SCH Building A Healthy Future Campaign Fund, SHS Alumni Association, SHS Booster Club, SHS FFA & Industrial Arts Support, Stephen Ukele Scholarship, Tara Ploeger Memorial Scholarship, The Kids Kloset, The Main Event, United 4 Youth, USD 113 Sabetha & Axtell Schools Fine Arts Support, USD 113 Science & Business Programs Support, and USD 113 SHS/SMS Girls Extracurricular Activities.

Descriptions of some of these funds can be found at


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