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Thankful for those who gave to Building 2!
We acknowledge the many volunteers who gave generously and open-heartedly to the preparation of this special place. Building Two already has a “personality” of its own – it is a reflection of a diverse group of people who came forward to give what they could, motivated by the three-year history of Building One, which proved that the right space can make a very positive difference to families who choose to be in community through the transplant journey. We are fully confident that this too, will be a welcoming, comforting, healing and supportive space.Read More
The Million Dollar Round Table
The Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), a worldwide professional advisor organization, has awarded Transplant House of Cleveland a $5,000 grant for the installation of a stair lift, to make Building Two more accessible to patients.Read More
Celebration Bell Dedicated at Transplant House!
CELEBRATION BELL DEDICATED AT TRANSPLANT HOUSE! As of Saturday, March 25 at 11am, LET IT RING! Today we dedicated our “Donate Life Bell” in memory of Patrice Monroe-Warfield and in celebration of the gift of life given through organ donation. Thanks to the sisters of Gamma Phi Beta, Zeta Omicron Chapter and Candice Monroe, we…Read More
New Clevelanders Become the 2016 Lifebanc Challenge Grant Match, Raising $30,000 Through their “Cirque du Cleve” Event
Almost 150 New Clevelanders and members of the surrounding communities came together in April at Crystal Brook Farm in Bainbridge Township for a charity event generating $30,000 for the Transplant House of Cleveland.Read More
First Garden Party Brings 100 People Together to Celebrate and Support Transplant House Expansion
The front lawn of the Transplant House of Cleveland was transformed Wednesday night during our first Garden Party! A lighted tent adorned with fall flowers, candles, food, beverage, and auction prizes was also filled with friends! More than 100 people helped us raise over $42,000 as Transplant House celebrated the completion of “Phase Two”…Read More
Transplant House of Cleveland Marks First Anniversary with Expansion and Hiring of First Executive Director
Cleveland, OH, July 20, 2015: On July 20, Transplant House of Cleveland, a nonprofit home-away-from-home for organ transplant patients and family members who travel across the country to Cleveland for medical care associated with organ transplantation, will mark the first anniversary of its opening. Nearly 100 families have received housing and community support over the last year, thanks…Read More
Transplant House Meets the 2015 Lifebanc Challenge and Receives $10,000!
Gratitude was abundant today, as Transplant House guests and staff visited Lifebanc offices to receive a check in the amount of $10,000 from CEO, Gordon Bowen. The check fulfilled the second part of a five-year commitment made by Lifebanc-to match donations to Transplant House that come from new donors, up to $10,000 per year. This year’s new…Read More
Bowling strikes the fancy of the Transplant House of Cleveland community!
With great gratitude to the “Let’s Bowl for Transplant House” creators, Cassie Rosenbaum and Marie Luciano, we are excited to share the news that over $9,400 was raised for the House on Friday evening at the Corner Alley Uptown! As Cassie and Marie dreamed, the event was family-friendly, fun, lively and celebratory! We also recognize the…Read More
Transplant House of Cleveland Families and ZBT Fraternity Team Up to Recognize National Donate Life Blue and Green Day
Transplant House of Cleveland, a home-away-from-home for organ transplant patients and their families, is raising awareness of the importance of organ donation by trimming the House in blue and green on Friday, with the help of its neighborhood friends, ZBT fraternity. April is organ donation awareness month, and Blue & Green Day was designed to…Read More
Volunteers Keep the Home-Cooked Meals Coming
A recent guest at Transplant House expressed thanks for the wonderful “surprises” during her stay. Among those, she said, were the shared meals. She is right- there are many “surprises” in that homey gift: Who will the volunteers be? What will they bring? Who will come to share this meal with me? Each dinner is…Read More