Read more in the Baltimore Banner about the impact of Hosts for Humanity.
In light of the Supreme Court decision to allow individual states to set their own abortion laws, we would like to remind everyone that Hosts for Humanity supports individuals traveling for all forms of medical treatment. Whether you are traveling for mental health services, adult cancer treatment
We’ve got some BIG news! Hosts for Humanity was awarded a $200,000 grant through the Alicia and Yaya Foundation. These funds will dramatically increase our ability to provide housing for families traveling for medical care. This gift is particularly meaningful as we celebrate our second “birthday”
The idea for Hosts for Humanity began with the gift of a home-cooked dinner. At the time, founder Jenny Owens’, D.S. ’15, newborn son Maximus was in Johns Hopkins Hospital undergoing his third surgery to deal with a condition called congenital diaphragmatic hernia. When he was born, doctors told
Within hours of the birth of Jenny Owens’ son Maximus in 2016, her newborn (now 2) was diagnosed with a rare health condition that required extensive care, surgeries and time in the hospital. Read more here.
My first real boss could put a positive spin on anything. She cared about me, and, it turns out, strangers too. She recently launched Hosts for Humanity, an organization that matches volunteer hosts with families whose loved ones are undergoing…read more.
We’re humbled to have been selected as one of four finalists for Warnock Social Innovator of the year! Founder Jenny Owens will be speaking at Social Lab on April 18 as part of Light City Baltimore and is in the running to win $5k for Hosts for Humanity! Read more here.