Brian, TeeCie and Foxx BrownWe discovered early in our pregnancy that our baby had a congenital heart defect that probably would require open-heart surgery shortly after birth.
The SchurmansThe Schurmans traveled to Boston on a medical flight from North Carolina, where their daughter had already spent the first 10 weeks of her life in the hospital.
Stacy and Jolene SpryWe brought our son Landen to Boston planning to be there for less than 30 days.
Jennifer, Mike and Barrett Rabe, COHospitality Homes was so generous and amazing…it alleviated so much stress in our lives. Thank you!
Visiting Naraa in the Gobi DesertSas Carey shares her story about Naraa and her trip to the U.S. from Mongolia.
Hospitality Homes Guests come from all over the United States as well as X number of foreign countries. Many economic backgrounds are represented and housing is provided for free through Hospitality Homes.
Who ARE our guests?
Hospitality hosts do not provide meals or transportation. A few of them live within walking distance of the major hospitals; most live in ares with access to public transportation (subway or buses). Hospitality Homes charges no fees. We rely on donations from guests and others to sustain the program.
Hospitality Homes is avaliable to people of all races, nationalities, and faiths, provide the guest:
- Lives far enough away from the hospital so that commuting is difficult.
- Can provide help translating if English is not the first language of the family members.
- Has a permanent home to return to.
- Is an important support person for the patient.
- Is not likely to put the host family at risk
Links to What's Important
P.O. Box 15265
Boston, MA 02215
Call: (888) 595-4678
Fax: (617) 582-7980
United Way Number - 103393