Philanthropist And Charitable Giving
Keith Gilabert is a devoted and passionate philanthropist who uses his business expertise to improve the local, state, national, and international community through charitable giving. Gilabert founded a non-profit organization to support socially responsible charities. Those closest to his heart are the charitable organizations that help children and provide food to people in need. Some of the recipients of his charitable giving include the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the YMCA, the United Way, the Salvation Army, and the Catholic diocese.
Vision Statement (who we are and what we believe in)
The Keith Gilabert Trust exists to work closely with oppressed and disadvantaged communities and vulnerable individuals in breaking the centuries – old cycle of ignorance and oppression by providing opportunities for education. The Keith Gilabert Trust believes the best way to achieve long – term positive social change is through education and we work in the areas of greatest need where no other education is available to the poor and oppressed.
Mission Statement (what we do and why we do it)
Our mission is the bringing of educational opportunity and to promote health and social rights to those to whom such opportunities have previously been denied due to poverty, family circumstances or oppression.
The Keith Gilabert Trust collaborates actively with a growing network of individuals and groups, public and private, to build communities where every adult and child has a place to call home.
Keith Gilabert is currently funding advocacy, service, and housing initiatives for women and children that suffer from abusive relationships.
From Pamela Peck of Children’s Hospice & Palliative Care Coalition
December 24th, 2012
On behalf of the children, their families and the Board of Directors, thank you for your donation for Children’s Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition. Your generosity is a wonderful statement of support on behalf of children with life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, cystic fibrosis, and muscular dystrophy.
We now have pilot programs in 10 California counties, and families are reporting a reduction in unnecessary emergency room visits, fewer and shorter hospitalizations, less stress, and greater emotional and physical health. It is truly proving to be a more compassionate and cost-effective way of providing care for children.
It truly takes a community of support to ensure that these precious children and their families experience quality of life at every stage of life. Through your donation, you are modeling to the community how together we can bring compassionate care to seriously ill children and their families.
If you would like to learn about our recent efforts, please visit our new website at http://www.chpcc.org or feel free to contact me anytime
Pamela Peck, Executive Assistant
Children’s Hospice & Palliative Care Coalition
65 Nielson St Ste 108, Watsonville, CA 95076, 831-763-3070
Tax ID: 02-0646450