GIVE BACK, PAY IT FORWARD
Each year HfH Hosts provide lodging to over 300 patient-families coming to Philadelphia for medical care. Please make a generous gift and be part of our compassionate, community effort to help these families during their times of medical crises. We thank you in advance!
OTHER DONATION OPTIONS
In Honor Of Gift
such as your hosts, if you are part of a patient-family.
This link also provides the option to send a card
to the person being honored.
Click Here to start your gift today.
In Memory Of Gift
someone dear to you, a friend, a family
member. This link also gives the option to send a card.
Click Here to make a gift today.
inspiring non-profit organizations to team up with?
To have HfH contact you to discuss a gift, please Click Here.
Are you and your co-workers encouraged to nominate worthy nonprofits for United Way or in-house giving campaigns?
To have HfH contact you to discuss financial support from your company and/or co-workers, please Click Here.
Make a Bequest
The bequest also provides HfH financial security over the long term, ensuring that we have more funds available to continue to provide help to patient-families coming to Greater Philadelphia area hospitals, and to help have host-homes programs set up in other communities nationwide.
Please click here to have HfH Director Mike Aichenbaum contact you or contact Mike directly at 215-472-3801 or be email, firstname.lastname@example.org
HOSTS for HOSPITALS
and mailed to:
HOSTS for HOSPITALS
326 Conshohocken St. Rd. #2
Gladwyne, PA 19035
HOSTS for HOSPITALs is a 501(c)(3) organization, tax exempt ID number 23-3038412. The official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free within Pennsylvania 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
The Larisa Vaindiner Fund
to donate to the Larisa Vaindiner Fund in support of HOSTS for HOSPITALS.
(Written by Irina Galperin in memory of her sister)
My sister, Larisa Vaindiner was born in Russia on March 18, 1970. She passed away very young, only 28 years old.
As a child Larisa was a very smart and playful girl. Our dad, whom she loved very much, died suddenly when Larisa was only six, and her life was never the same after that. Despite this devastating event, Larisa studied well in school and had good friends. She like to read and loved music. She studied music for 8 years in music school and played piano beautifully. She was a good, caring and loving daughter and sister.