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Please save the date for this upcoming liver transplant presentation to be hosted by our friends with the UW Transplant Program on March 14th. You are not alone on this journey!
Happy to welcome a new addition to the RHTH family this past weekend as Executive Director Cindy Herbst got to hold her new grandson for the first time. Thanks so much for all the kind words and well wishes! What an exciting time!
The Pepin Lions Club raised over $1,000 in support of Restoring Hope Transplant House at their recent pancake breakfast fundraiser. We appreciate their kindness and generosity, it makes it even more meaningful that two of their members are amongst our family of transplant guests. Thank you all!
Always good to see one of our transplant families doing so well...a very nice piece on the Osbo's transplant journey.
We appreciate the Pepin Lions Club for hosting a fundraiser Pancake Breakfast this week to support Restoring Hope Transplant House. Special thanks to the Schroeder Family - Pepin Lions members and one of our very own transplant families who have stayed with us each time a visit to Madison has been necessary the past few years. Things like this always mean so much when it involves family, so thank you all for doing this!
What a great weekend at the District A1 Lions Club convention in Lake Geneva. Grateful for the opportunity to share more about our great year at Restoring Hope with so many of our Lions Club supporters and friends. It was also quite special to have David and Cheryl Stedman speak about their kidney transplant journey and what it was like as Lions Club members to stay at Restoring Hope Transplant House during that time. Thank you all so much for your kindness!
Restoring Hope Transplant House would like to thank Jones Dairy Farm for donating a very generous supply of sausage links for us to provide for our visiting transplant guests each morning at breakfast. What a wonderful gift - thank you all!
As we celebrate 100 years of Lions humanitarian service across the world in 2017, we would like to offer our most sincere thanks for all they do to support our transplant families here at Restoring Hope Transplant House. What a blessing they are to all who pass through our doors! Thank you all and congratulations on 100 great years of service to those in need!
It was a record setting 2016 for both Restoring Hope Transplant House and the UW Hospital Transplant Program. Nice to see our RHTH and Lions Club friend Cheryl Stedman featured in this great article. 529 total organ transplants and the most kidney (313) and liver (105) transplants performed in a year in UW history. Congrats to so many of you on being apart of a record breaking year!
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