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2020 Forgotten Angels - Thank You!
by Melissa Thompson on January 7th, 2021
 COVID did not stop YOU from your generous giving.  In spite of COVID, more was given this year… and it was ALL spent.  Last year was the year everyone will never forget and it was remarkable for Forgotten Angels!  This was the 14th year of this program and 425 residents were served, which is the largest number of angels to date.  Although it was very different from years past, because of you we w...  Read More
Forgotten Angels Brainstorming Zoom Meeting
by Melissa Thompson on August 31st, 2020
Is CHRISTMAS CANCELLED this year?  Will Forgotten Angels be FORGOTTEN?  Please join us for a brainstorming zoom meeting / call September 16, 2020 @ 10:00AM.  Discussions will include options and ideas on how to navigate Forgotten Angels 2020 during the COVID pandemic.  We need your help and suggestions.  Feel free to contact Cindy Tabor @ 270-886-9484 or [email protected]Join Zoom Meeting Inform...  Read More
Grateful Appreciation
by Melissa Thompson on December 23rd, 2019
400 Forgotten Angels served in 2019Please accept our grateful appreciation for all that was done to make Forgotten Angels 2019 a remarkable year!  It takes each of us to make this a success.  Each person who adopted an angel, each person who carried a bag back to the workshop, each stocking stuffer donation and monetary donation.  Everyone that helped fluff and stuff the bags.  All the volunteers ...  Read More
Forgotten Angels 2019
by Melissa Thompson on November 5th, 2019
The Forgotten Angels Project will be gearing up again for its 13th year, serving residents in “Personal Care Homes”. Residents in PCH’s are usually younger and sometimes suffer with mental illness rather than physical limitations. We focus on this group of residents because they seem to be most forgotten by friends, family and society. Even more despairing is that these residents are only allowed ...  Read More
Forgotten Angels Received Grant from Wal-Mart Giving
by Melissa Thompson on November 17th, 2018
​We are excited to announce that Forgotten Angels, with The Pennyrile Area Development District, received a grant from Walmart Giving.  We can’t wait to put this grant to use to help ensure a bright Christmas for 320 of our areas Forgotten in Personal Care Facilities.  Pictured is Hopkinsville Walmart Store Manager, Josh, and District Ombudsman, Cindy Tabor. We want to give a big shout out to Josh...  Read More
2018 Forgotten Angels
by Melissa Thompson on November 1st, 2018
​The Forgotten Angels Project will be gearing up again for its 12th year, serving residents in “Personal Care Homes”.  Residents in PCH’s are usually younger and sometimes suffer with mental illness rather than physical limitations.  We focus on this group of residents because they seem to be most forgotten by friends, family and society.  Even more despairing is that these residents are only allo...  Read More
2017 Forgotten Angel Project a Success
by Melissa Thompson on January 2nd, 2018
​December 27, 2017 Thanks to YOU, the 2017 Forgotten Angels project, through the Pennyrile District Ombudsman’s office, had another amazing year!!! Because of your generous donations we were able to make Christmas very special for 230 Personal Care Home Residents. Each year I am thrilled to see the warm turn out for these residents. So many thanks are in order that we can’t begin to list them all...  Read More
2017 Forgotten Angels Project is Underway
by Melissa Thompson on December 14th, 2017
​The 2017 Forgotten Angel Project is underway at the PADD Office. Pennyrile District Ombudsman, Cindy Tabor and volunteers are busy preparing Christmas bags for residents in Personal Care Homes in the nine county Pennyrile region. Cindy would like to thank everyone who adopted an angel or donated toward the Forgotten Angel project. For additional information on the Forgotten Angel Project, please...  Read More
2017 Forgotten Angels
by Melissa Thompson on November 2nd, 2017
​The Forgotten Angels Project will be gearing up again for its 11th year, serving residents in “Personal Care Homes”.  Residents in PCH’s are usually younger and sometimes suffer with mental illness rather than physical limitations.  The Forgotten Angel is placed on the tree anonymously.  People from the community come to the PADD office and obtain a Forgotten Angel (or several) off the tree.  Lat...  Read More

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