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Never too sick, never too old, never too late to do the things you love. Stem cell recipient friends John and Pat are living proof that music is indeed good for the soul as they gathered for this impromptu concert up at the hospital a few days ago. How exciting for the entire family that they were able to head home yesterday. We wish them well!
What a nice surprise to receive an email from Holly and Lindsay the other day saying that they wanted to donate the proceeds from the upcoming 3rd Annual Steve Muenchow Memorial Golf Outing on September 30th to support Restoring Hope Transplant House. “We love what your organization stands for and we love what you do for the patients and their families,” they said in their email.
Holly and Lindsay’s Father Steve was a two time kidney transplant recipient at UW Hospital. He passed away two years ago but his journey helped to inspire his daughters to create an organization called Live. Love. Donate. They hold this memorial golf outing in his memory each year which helps to raise funds for worthy causes and also draws awareness for organ and tissue donors. We are so grateful that they have chosen Restoring Hope Transplant House as their charity of choice for such a special event. More importantly, we would like to thank them for all they continue to do to support the transplant community and our visiting transplant families. On behalf of our RHTH Family, thanks for being amazing!
This golf outing is coming up quick; please help us spread the word to anyone who may be interested in participating!
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A very busy weekend of RHTH related fundraisers and we would like to thank all who made them possible including a great group of volunteers. What makes events like these even more meaningful is that the majority of our volunteers are actual Restoring Hope Transplant House guests who traveled great distances in support of the house that has supported them throughout their transplant journeys. Thank you all!
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