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Hospitality Homes ofrece alojamiento de corto plazo en casas de anfitriones voluntarios y sitios donados, a familias y amigos de pacientes que vienen a recibir atención médica en el área de Boston. Desde 1983, esta alternativa espacial de alojamiento hogareño provee una alternativa cálida y solidaria para aliviar las dificultades emocionales y económicas que pacientes y sus familiares enfrentan.


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  • It was so wonderful catching up with our guests Kaylen Gaston and Mark Bell this morning who are in town visiting their host family, Martha and Joel Pierce. Their families have remained extremely close since Hospitality Homes paired them together last winter, an experience you can read all about in this article from The Boston Globe last year: To learn more about the care Lynkin received at Boston Children's Hospital, you can watch this WCVB Channel 5 Boston piece from last March: To hear updates about Lynkin's remarkable journey you can follow her story at Prayers for Lynkin Reese.
  • Here are just some of our guests from 2016. They may be small in stature but they are incredibly strong in spirit. To learn more about our program and how YOU can help children in need visit
  • Hospitality Homes would like to thank Gerald Schuster and Wingate Companies for their continued support over the past 14 years. In 2003, Gerald Schuster donated use of a permanent apartment in Reservoir Towers, a building run by Wingate Management Company, for Hospitality Homes to house families and friends of patients seeking care at Boston-area medical centers (healthcare organizations). Thanks to his generosity, Hospitality Homes has been able to place a new family each month in the apartment at Reservoir Towers who are receiving care at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and other hospitals throughout the city. Thanks again to the Continental Wingate Company, Reservoir Towers, and Gerald Schuster for their continued commitment to families in need during critical medical care. Photos courtesy of and