Livermore, California – For more than 30 years, the Taylor Family Foundation has made it a mission to maintain wellness and improve the quality of life for children in Northern California.
The long-term organization provides unique treatment experiences and support for children with life-threatening illnesses, chronic diseases, developmental disabilities and at-risk youth. Recently, the Taylor Family Foundation welcomed the community back to “A Day at the Table,” its first fundraising event since the pandemic.
“The most exciting thing about this day is the welcome back of our friends, who are basically family members to me,” said Eileen Taylor, co-founder of the Taylor Family Foundation. “Let us really thank them for my God, the 32-year-old is there for us.”
The event featured fresh foods from a variety of family-owned businesses across the Gulf region. The money raised will be distributed to the community through the organization’s scholarship, camp and music therapy programs, as well as the money will be distributed directly to children and families in need and urgent crises.
“Maybe we have helped over 150,000 families in 32 years,” Taylor said. “If you can give, you have to give. And that’s what we felt, and we’ve done all these years. My daughter has just come in, and she probably will continue to do so much longer. We are elated.”
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