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Our mission is to offer support to parents of NICU infants, individuals and their caregivers undergoing cancer treatment, and caregivers of individuals who are in intensive care units by providing convenient and free of cost lodging in a peaceful and restorative environment.

Still looking for the perfect Mother’s Day present?  

 

Give the gift that helps others while honoring your Mother. 


Dedicate one of our rooms to your mother through our “Rooms for Hope” program for the month of May. Your name will proudly be displayed in honor/memory of your Mom for only $100. This will be showcased on our social media pages, in our home and a note of acknowledgment will be sent to your Mother. 


Click here to donate a room for your Mother or loved one

Thank you for all that participated in our 2022 Home for Healing Golf Classic

 

The tournament was another great turnout with beautiful weather, Tito’s Handmade Vodka bloody marys and screwdrivers, Golden Eagle beer, and a fantastic lunch provided by First Financial Bank! We raised over $25,000 to help those in need of no-cost lodging! 



Thank you to our fabulous sponsors:

Tito’s Handmade Vodka

Windstream

Clark Contractors

Colliers

First Financial Bank

Stifel

UBS

Star Bolt and Screw

Bass and Bell


GOLF CLASSIC WINNERS

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Women's Winners:

Mimi Evans

Ann Church (not pictured)

Heather Kirby

Stephanie Martin



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Men's Winners:

Chris Bell

Rob Bass

Alex Jordan 

Luke Brown (not pictured)


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The 4300 Club Member Spotlight


Daniel Frazier, serves on our 4300 Club Executive Board as the Co-Vice President of Programs. Daniel lives in downtown Little Rock and is the Special Events Coordinator at the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at UAMS and a Razorback fan all the way - Go Hogs! (no matter what season they are having). When asked why he supports the Home and serves on The Club's Board he shared "The Home for Healing mission is deeply personal for me. When I was 23, I was diagnosed with Stage IV Hodgkin’s Lymphkma. Fortunately, the prognosis was always good, but I did have a stem cell transplant at UAMS in 2014. I know first hand the importance of having a place to stay that’s close by. My family lives in Pine Bluff, but the difference in a 5 minute drive versus a 45 minute drive during the daily stem cell hospital visits cannot be overstated. UAMS is a world-class facility and having Home for Healing operate across the street is right on par; they are both top-notch organizations doing amazing work during some very troubling times in the lives of patients and guests."  


Daniel and his Co-Vice President Rachel Biggs are hard at work planning fun opportunities for the Home for Healing guests to relax, have a little fun, and take their mind off the medical realities they’re facing during their stay. Think cookie decorating, designing your own t-shirt, and game night, all with their comfort and accessibility in mind. Daniel shared, "one of the BEST things about being the Program co-chair is engaging with other 4300 Club members AND guests in The Home."  


If you would like to join Daniel as part of The 4300 Club let us know at the4300club@gmail.com.  


HOW CAN YOU HELP HOME FOR HEALING?

WE NEED:


  • Feminine products – pads and tampons
  • Men’s and Women’s deodorant
  • Laundry Detergent


Order off of Amazon to have it delivered directly to Home for Healing Click here to order from Amazon

2022 MONSTER BASH - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28TH

Click here to purchase a ticket or table

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In order to keep expanding the ways we can serve, Home for Healing now allows our guests to stay at no room costs and has removed any income qualifications. The Home has also lifted the 50-mile distance from Little Rock rule so that those with transportation issues to and from treatment can now consider us an option.

THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR GRANT PARTNERS



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