Community Partners

The ‘City of Brotherly Love’ continues to come together in our collective,
community effort to help patient-families in need!

Greater Philadelphia Synergy

Our vision is for every family in need of lodging when coming to the Greater Philadelphia area for medical care to be informed in a timely manner about the option of staying at a Host-home, and to be offered lodging suitable to meeting that family’s specific lodging needs.

In these times of the virus, we are mainly only placing patient-families in private-setting lodging: AIRBNBS, in-law suites, cottage houses, homes/apartments which are vacant.

Please contact us if you or someone you know may have some type of private-setting lodging to offer for any length of time.

We further invite all members of our community and beyond to join our collective effort to truly make the most meaningful difference in the lives others.

Medical Partners

Collaborating so patient-families may know of the option of lodging at a Host-home.

Corporate Partners

Engaging companies and their associates in Hosting as a community service program.

Social Media

Spreading word about the impact and reward of welcoming patient-families into Host-homes.

Community Groups

Introducing via any group forum the
opportunity to take part in helping
patient-families

Nominate a HfH Hero

Nominate a ‘hero’ who has enabled
patient-families to receive
to receive Host-home lodging

Place of Worship

Working with congregations
so Host-homes are available to meet
each patient-family’s needs.

Together We Can Make a Difference

We could provide a caring response to many, many more of these families in need if only we had more volunteer host-homes in our network. We also need funds to hire an additional staff person, for we now do all that we do with just two staff people.

Open the Door

Please make introductions & connect us to the groups that you are active or affiliated with.

In the News

The Philadelphia Inquirer recognized our program and incredible Hosts in their inaugural section of the paper called The Upside about good things happening in the community!