Gift of Life Howie's House Newsletter
Read past issues of Howie’s House UPDATE, a newsletter highlighting transplant stories, events, volunteers and more!View More
Read more about families who stay at Gift of Life Howie’s House and their transplant journeys.Learn More
A Timeline of Our Journey Together
Gift of Life Howie’s House opened in 2011 and has provided comfort and hope to thousands of families along their transplant journeys.Learn More
Mission and History
Since 2011, Gift of Life Howie’s House has served as a “home away from home” for transplant patients and their families by providing temporary, affordable lodging and supportive services to those who travel to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for transplant-related care.Read More
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Gift of Life Howie's House News and Blog
On Gift of Life Howie’s House Blog, read about the transplant journey from the perspective of caregivers, recipients, transplant social workers and more. Catch up on the latest news, House Happenings, and see how you can get involved.View Blog
Gift of Life Howie's House Dedication
Learn more about the renaming of Gift of Life Family House to Gift of Life Howie’s House to honor our Founder, Howard M. Nathan.Learn More
“When our doors opened, we made the promise to never turn a family away due to inability to pay our nightly fee. Over the last 10 years, this promise has never been broken thanks to the selflessness of our community.”Read More
News & Events
Great Shelby Sweepstakes
You’ve got a chance to win a rare 2008 540 hp Shelby GT500KR – a true collector’s car!
Giving Tuesday: Matching Gift Challenge
Join us on November 28th to help us reach our goal of $10,000!
A Caregiver’s Journey: Michele Keefe
Transplant caregiver Michele shares her experience of caring for her husband.
My Transplant Journey – Jason Vaughn
Read past guest, liver and transplant recipient, and military veteran, Jason Vaughn's story.
Nicole’s Journey – Celebrating 2 Years!
Past guest Nicole Kohr is about to reach a major milestone.
Hand Prints of Hope
NASRCAR's Joey Gase visited the Howie's House to help raise awareness of organ and tissue donation.