Where the heart is: When charities got hit by COVID, one OKC building company stepped up

Charities were hit hard by COVID-19. In OKC, Homes By Taber is taking up some of the slack by giving to nonprofits with each home it sells.

Home is where the heart is, they say, and homes are where the hearts are for Oklahoma City builder Homes By Taber.

Charity fundraising has taken a hit because of the coronavirus, and Homes By Taber, owned by Taber LeBlanc, is lending a hand again — all year, again — with $400 in donations for every home it sells, plus volunteer time donated by its 130 employees.

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Giving is an ongoing concern for the company, which expanded its charity initiative Taber Cares last year to help nonprofits make it through the pandemic. Taber donated a total of $395,600 to several organizations, two different ones each month.

“This is the community caring for the community. ..”

Source: Where the heart is: When charities got hit by COVID, one OKC building company stepped up

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