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Published on Dec 8, 2015
At State Farm, we want to recognize good neighbors that are helping their communities with simple acts of kindness. With the help from The Huffington Post, we’re featuring community service stories – big and small – that are making a difference.
Meet Philip and Holly Tabor, owners of a thriving CrossFit fitness center in Cary, North Carolina. Their passion for transforming lives and helping people came in handy with Bryce and Jessi Stepheson.
The Tabors initially met the Stephensons through their CrossFit community, but quickly became friends and neighbors. When Philip found out that the Stephensons were going to have a baby with cleft lip and possibly a cleft palette, he wanted to help.
Being a father himself and knowing that the out-of-pocket expenses would be $15,000, Philip came up with a unique fundraising idea: a row-a-thon. With the help from other CrossFit and fitness communities who volunteered their time & resources, the row-a-thon and online fundraiser raised almost $15,000 for the Stephenson family.
Watch this community service story video & find out how the Tabors, with passion and support from the community, helped to pull through for the Stephenson family!
Having a child or owning a small business like a fitness center are life events that State Farm wants to guide you through. Use State Farm’s Learning Center to find resources for parenting: https://learningcenter.statefarm.com/...