OKLAHOMA CITY — Local homebuilder Homes by Taber will present a check for $11,500 this month to the YMCA Miracle League as part of its Taber Cares charity initiative.
The Miracle League helps to remove the barriers that keep children with mental and physical disabilities off the baseball field by offering a custom-designed field that accommodates wheelchairs and other assistive devices as well as prevent injuries. The first Miracle League field opened in Conyers, Ga. in April 2000 and there are now more than 240 Miracle League Organizations across the country serving more than 200,000 children and adults.
Every month, Homes by Taber selects a local charity as the recipient of its Taber Cares contributions. Taber encourages employees from all departments to volunteer their time and contributes $250 from each home sold during the month to the chosen charity as well.
Other recipients so far in 2019 include The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Infant Crisis Center, Hope Center of Edmond, Fostering Sweet Dreams and the Edmond YMCA Miracle League. The July recipient will be Groovin’ For Autism.
About Homes by Taber: Homes By Taber, an award-winning home builder in the Oklahoma City metro area, offers new, energy-efficient homes starting at 1,500 square feet of indoor living space and going up to 3,350 square feet of indoor living space. Prices for these new single-family homes start in the low $200,000 range and go up to the mid $500,000 range. Homes By Taber was founded in 2000 by Taber LeBlanc and currently builds in 17 different locations with new homes for sale in Deer Creek, Edmond, Moore, Mustang, Norman, Oklahoma City, Piedmont and Yukon.