Transplant House of Cleveland

Transplant House of Cleveland is 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with an important mission: to provide temporary, affordable housing in a home-like environment for organ transplant patients and their families while they visit Cleveland for medical care.  

The Transplant House of Cleveland board is searching for a facility for renovation while simultaneously growing its base of friends and raising much-needed funding.

Please join us in this mission to create a cozy, welcoming home-away-from-home where transplant families can face medical challenges with the help and support of others.  You can make the difference in many lives by contributing financially, sharing your skills and connecting us to others who can help us open our doors.

Help this vision become a reality by making a financial contribution. Click Here to donate to a great cause. Thank You!

Meet the Young Professionals Co-Founders

L to R: Candice Monroe, Kelly Doyle, Julie Waring, Micah Sisson

L to R: Candice Monroe, Kelly Doyle, Julie Waring, Micah Sisson


Kelly Doyle

Kelly is a second grade teacher at Kirtland Elementary School. Kelly is a graduate of John Carroll University and has a master’s degree in education as well as a reading endorsement from Kent State University. She witnessed how amazing and life-changing transplantation is when one of her first grade students was in need of bone marrow transplant. Kelly is passionate about helping transplant recipients and donors live as comfortably as possible during those times. She was introduced to THoC through a good friend and transplant recipient.


Candice Monroe

Candice is a Specialist for Training in Employee Development at the JM Smucker Company. She has held several positions since joining the company in 2012. Candice obtained a Bachelor’s degree from John Carroll University and a Master’s of Arts from The University of Akron.  Candice is an avid volunteer for Northeast Ohio’s Organ Procurement Organization, Lifebanc, and Donate Life America, and is a committee member for the Canton, Ohio American Heart Association’s Heart Ball.  Candice and her older sister are heart transplant recipients so her passion for organ donation and the gift of life has allowed her to cross paths with an amazing organization - THoC.


Micah Sisson

Micah is a Compliance Associate for Cleveland Research Company.  She is a graduate of Kent State University and has a Master of Business Administration from Cleveland State University.  She currently serves as the co-chair of the social committee for PHriends, the YP group for Providence House, a crisis nursery of Cleveland. Micah was introduced to THoC through a good friend and transplant recipient. 


Julie Waring

Julie is a graduate of John Carroll University.  She is a committee member for the Securities Traders Association Women in Finance, Key Executive Women’s Network, and The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF).  Julie was named CFF Northeastern Ohio’s Young Professional of the Year in 2015.  She is the co-chair of the social committee for PHriends, the YP group for Providence House, a crisis nursery of Cleveland.  She is a former Board member of the Ohio Securities Traders Association.  Julie was introduced to THoC through a good friend and transplant recipient.

 

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