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Greetings and Happy May from Tambra Place!

Welcome to the May edition of the Tambra Place newsletter! As spring blooms around us, we're excited to share the latest updates, celebrations, and opportunities to make a

difference in the lives of homeless and at-risk youth in Moore County.


Mission

At Tambra Place, our mission is clear: to provide a charitable, safe, nurturing, social learning environment for homeless, unaccompanied, and at-risk youth in Moore County, ages 18-24. We believe in supporting these young individuals as they navigate through life's challenges, providing resources, guidance, and a sense of belonging.

In the past year, we've extended our reach beyond our residents, assisting 23 unaccompanied youth not in our program with referrals, resources, and guidance.


Celebrations

This month, we're celebrating the achievements of our youth:

  • High School & College Graduation: Three of our residents are reaching significant milestones this month. Two are graduating from high school, with one enrolling in a trade certificate program and the other attending Sandhills Community College. Additionally, we're proud to announce that one of our residents has graduated from college and is already employed in the medical field.

  • If you would like to further support these graduates, we have created an Amazon wish list where you can purchase a gift(s) for these remarkable individuals. Simply click here to access the wish list and make a meaningful contribution to their journey.


Grant Award

We're thrilled to share that Tambra Place has received an award from the Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM). These funds, along with reserve funds from Friends of Pinehurst Surgical, will be utilized to begin building another girls' home. Growth is happening, thanks to your support!


Jasmine Joy Garden Dedication

Join us on May 5th for the dedication of the Jasmine Joy garden. This beautiful space is dedicated to the memory of Jasmine, a young volunteer who tragically passed away in a car accident. Her dedication to volunteering and helping others continues to inspire us, and this garden is a fitting tribute to her legacy.


Opportunities to Get Involved

  • Accounting Volunteer: Are you skilled in accounting? We're seeking a volunteer to maintain the financials for Tambra Place. This role requires approximately 10 hours a month and utilizes ACS church/nonprofit accounting software.

  • Join our Fundraising Committee: Help us organize various events throughout the year to support Tambra Place's programs and projects. If you're interested in joining the committee, we'd love to hear from you!

  • Donate Gift Baskets and Auction Items: Have a good or service to donate for upcoming fundraising events? Let us know, and we'll gladly collect it from you.


Special Thanks

We extend our heartfelt thanks to the following donors who have supported our garden and therapeutic recreational project:

💜 The CCNC Garden Club

💜 The Pinehurst Garden Club

💜Women of the Pines

💜Donations in memoriam of Jim Schneider


 

Stay Connected

Thank you for reading our Tambra Place May newsletter. Our goal is to keep you updated on our progress and needs every month. If you know someone who would like to join our mailing list, please forward this newsletter to them.


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Thank you for your continued support in helping us make a difference in the lives of homeless and at-risk youth in Moore County.

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