When baby Oliver Huffman needed medical care, Pam and Harvey Lodish opened their Boston home to his family through Hospitality Homes, a non-profit that matches patients’ families with volunteer hosts. Since the program started, they’ve helped more than 37,000 families. Years later, Oliver’s aunt is now running the Boston marathon, dedicating each mile to the organization.
We are so proud to announce that our Hospitality Homes host, Monica Brady-Myerov, was selected as the Patriots Difference Maker of the Week. As part of this recognition, the Kraft family and the New England Patriots Foundation will be making a $5,000 donation to support the nonprofit. Monica is one of our amazing hosts who […]
Thank you to New England Country Mart for making us your first nonprofit recipient as part of your "Groceries that Give" campaign. A portion of Lily's Fresh Pasta Fresh Bucatini sales in March was donated to Hospitality Homes. We were so honored to take part in this campaign. Overall, New England Country Mart sold 300 pounds of pasta in the month of March.
Hospitality Homes was featured in the Newton and Brookline Tab. Hospitality Homes is pushing forward with its core mission of offering low- to no-cost housing for people visiting area hospitals, even though only 8 percent of their current host homes can be used safely during this precarious time.
Kendra talked with Deborah Pepper, the Executive Director of Hospitality Homes, a nonprofit organization that provides short-term housing in volunteer host homes for families and friends of patients receiving medical care in the Boston area. They have served over 15,000 families and counting!
After receiving a viewer tip from the Talk to Ten initiative, Kristy Lee reports about volunteer hosts in Boston who are opening up their homes for families visiting the area for appointments at local hospitals through Hospitality Homes.
Jodie Knutson remembers the first time her family arrived at the Brookline home of Pam and Harvey Lodish. Her two young sons, Ben and Josh, tore out of the house with Pam and Harvey's daughter, Stephanie, and ran down the street to the local playground. Strangers until that very moment, the families were instantly connected.