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Heroes of the House

Is There a Hero in You?

Become a hero to critically ill children from the tri-state area and all over the world by making it possible for them to receive life-saving care right here in our great city. Join our new Heroes of the House program by committing to an annual gift between $25,000 and $200,000 and know that you are changing children's lives.

Our Superheroes

You can be one of the heroes who provides a welcoming home to weary families in search of life-saving care for their sick children.

Welcome Home Heroes
Hope Heroes
Healing Heroes
Home Away From Home Heroes
Heart Heroes
Health Heroes


Our Heroes

Through an annual gift of $25,000, you can be one of the heroes who gives families what they need to fight the most important battle of their lives. 

  • Comfort Heroes
  • Nourishment Heroes 
  • Education Heroes
  • Connection Heroes 
  • Stress Relief Heroes
  • Fun & Creativity Heroes
  • Love and Support Heroes
  • Happiness Heroes
  • Transportation Heroes


A Special Thank You to Our Heroes

We are incredibly grateful to the following individuals and companies who have already committed to making life a little easier for children fighting life-threatening illnesses:   

Welcome Home Hero: 

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center



Home Away From Home Heroes: 

Bob and Lynn Stenger and The Cincinnati Mine Machinery Co.



Heart Heroes: 

The H.B., E.W. & F.R. Luther Charitable Foundation, Fifth Third Bank and Narley Haley, Co-Trustees




Health Heroes: 

Tim Brown




Connection Hero:  Cincinnati Bell



Stress Relief Hero: 

The P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Love and Support Hero: 


Peggy and Marvin Lewis

Happiness Hero:

Park and Linda Gilmore

Education Hero:  

The John Hauck Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, John W. Hauck and Narley L. Haley, Co-Trustees


Recognition for Our Heroes

We honor our Heroes by recognizing each gift in special and personalized ways.  In addition, every Hero will receive recognition:

  • On a banner prominently displayed outside our House
  • On our website
  • In our annual report, in print and online
  • At our annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon, with special recognition at the event
  • In our House print newsletter