Wish List Drives

Keeping the Family House stocked with basic home necessities require a lot of donated food and supplies. Hosting a Wish List Drive is an excellent activity to involve your workplace, school, club or friends groups.

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Gift of Life Family House Wishlist

PANTRY ITEMS

  • Milk
  • Eggs
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Tea Bags
  • Canned tuna
  • Cereal
  • Pre-packaged snacks (ex. chips, Granola bars, dried fruit)
  • Individual hand sanitizers
  • Napkins
  • Tissues
  • Paper Towels
  • Individually Wrapped Toilet Paper
  • 10/12 oz disposable coffee cups & lids

FAMILY HOUSE AMAZON WISH LIST

You can now purchase items online from our Amazon Wish List. Visit bit.ly/FHwishlist & have items shipped directly to the Family House!

GIFT CARDS

  • Amazon
  • Acme
  • Target
  • Visa

Print a Wish List Drive document. 

 

Donations may be dropped off anytime Mon-Sun 9am-9pm. If possible, please notify Family House staff before delivery by calling 267-546-9800. View directions to the Family House.

 

 

Family House Amazon Wish List

You can now purchase items from our (frequently updated) Amazon Wish List and have items shipped directly to the Family House!

 

AmazonSmile

Did you know you can give back while you check out? Visit smile.amazon.com and search for Gift of Life Family House as the charity you’re supporting. A percentage of the price of your eligible purchases will be donated back to the Family House!

In-Kind Donation Form

If you did not complete an in-kind form at the time the items were delivered, please fill out the required in-kind contribution form here (including donations that were made online i.e. Amazon, Walmart, etc.).

News & Events

#VolunteerSpotlight: MTF Biologics

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Hand Prints of Hope

NASRCAR's Joey Gase visited the Family House to help raise awareness of organ and tissue donation.

My First Home was Gift of Life Family House

When he was finally able to leave the hospital's care, the Family House became Asher's first home.

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Pledges to Support Family House

Jefferson Hospital made a $250,000 pledge to support transplant families at the Family House.

We've Got You, Mom

Nicole became her mother Donna's caregiver and together, they navigated the transplant journey.

Corporate Spotlight: Laundry Made Easy

Our friends from Hercules Laundry generously donated five new washer and dryer sets!

Getting by With a Little Help From our Friends

As part of our Caregiver Lifeline Program, we bring in therapy dogs to spend time with our guests!

The Flight For My Life

Karen's life-saving transplant relocated her and her family over 350 miles from home.

#FacebookFUNdraiser: Anthony Vetrano

Learn why Anthony decided to host a Facebook fundraiser for the Family House!

From Hospital to Home

"My stay at the Family House gets better each time," says Lauren, a past Family House guest.

Grown Up and Giving Back

Read about Mya, a liver recipient and employee, and her experience here at the Family House.

Families Joined by Love and Life in Family House Kitchen

The Hess and Palmer families come together to celebrate the life of Mason Hess.

Family Close By

“Having my wife nearby was especially helpful to my recovery,” Tim says.

#SupporterSpotlight: Facebook Fundraisers

Did you know you can hold an online fundraiser to support the Family House on Facebook?

Gift of Life Volunteer Recognition Ceremony

Gift of Life Family House honors volunteers at the Gift of Life Volunteer Recognition Ceremony.

Peter Mansaray, father of a heart recipient and past Family House guest.

A Father & Son Journey

"...by the time we left [the Family House], I left with a whole family.”

Legacy Society members Elizabeth and David Kennedy.

Leaving a Legacy

David and Elizabeth are leaving a legacy with planned gifts to the Family House.

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