Aita Martxel Tillous NABO Youth Aid Fund
NABO has launched a program to help facilitate the participation of Basque youth who might encounter financial difficulties. It was named for Aita Martxel Tillous (1934-2009), honoring his many years of working with our Basque youth and his ceaseless desire to see our Basque culture preserved.
If you would like to make a contribution, mail your contribution to:
Aita Martxel Tillous Youth Aid Fund
c/o Marie Petracek
11971 S. Allerton Circle
Parker, CO 80138
Online application form: AITA MARTXEL TILLOUS YOUTH FUND: due April 1st.
CONTEXT: When it is possible, money should not be the only reason why young people cannot participate in NABO youth events. That is why NABO is setting up a youth aid fund. NABO has appropriated funds and donations have been made.
NAME: This fund is named in honor of Aita Martxel Tillous, our Basque-American chaplain, for the last 14 years.
APPLICATION ELIGIBILITY. It is need based, and this will be determined purely by the numbers. A copy of last year's Federal tax form is required. Only one person NABO Treasurer Grace Mainvil, will know the identity of the applicant and she will not be sharing this information to preserve people's privacy.
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Zuberoa dialect: "Ez ohore biltzale, bena zerbütxazale"
Euskara batua: "Ez ohore biltzale, zerbitzari baizik"