Posts Tagged ‘Fundraiser’
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
Holiday Cocktail Party Inspires Giving to Transplant House
When Jim & Margo Walker team up with their friends, John & Beth Fung and Michelle & Marty McGreevy, to entertain guests, good feelings flow! Thank you, Margo and Jim, for opening your beautifully-decorated home to more than 80 friends and allowing Transplant House board members to speak about our mission. More than $5,000 in contributions were…Read More
The House was a Rockin’!
Transplant House of Cleveland was the honored beneficiary of more than $8,600 in contributions from the November 14 “Rock the House” fundraiser held at AJ Rocco’s and planned by Gretchen Garibaldi, Molly Nikolic, Tracey Raleigh and Cassie Rosenbaum. The event was sold out and supported by more than 100 individuals, many of whom were from the…Read More
Pledges are In! High School Swimmers Raise more than $1600 for Transplant House in “Laps 4 Life” Event
Kiera Grady, a senior at Saint Joseph Academy and member of the swim team, put heart and soul into the planning of a lap-swimming event to benefit Transplant House. She successfully recruited her own teammates, plus all of the Saint Edward High School swimmers, and one swimmer from Magnificat! Together they sought sponsors of their…Read More
Cleveland Clinic Helps Transplant House with FUNdraiser!
On November 12th, Cleveland Clinic Transplant Department social workers and support staff hosted a lunch time fundraiser to benefit Transplant House of Cleveland. Featuring homemade cheese sandwiches and tomato soup, the comfort food was especially welcome by the transplant department employees on such a cold and snowy day. Working with transplant patients and their families every day,…Read More