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His Grace Foundation provides physical, emotional and financial support for the patients and families on the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit (BMTU) of Texas Children’s Hospital.


HGF Responds to COVID-19
During the COVID-19 pandemic, His Grace Foundation cannot enter the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit or drop off groceries, n...
22nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament Postponed
Dear Friends, Just like most of you, our past several days have been filled with making difficult decisions and adjus...
Junior League of Houston Awards HGF with Grant
Thank you to the Junior League of Houston for awarding His Grace Foundation a grant in the amoung of $8000! We are so th...
Deacons of Deadwood Grant $19,000 to His Grace Foundation
Our faithful supporters, the Deacons of Deadwood, granted $19,000 to His Grace Foundation this December after raising fu...
His Grace Foundation Moves into West University Office
We are delighted to announce that His Grace Foundation has moved our office into Houston! For the past 22 years, we h...
HGF Hosts Volunteer Appreciation Night
Oh, what a night! His Grace Foundation gathered our volunteers together on September 10th to honor their faithful ser...
Volunteer Spotlight: Nury and Gloria Benitez
Nury and Gloria Benitez first entered the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit not as volunteers, but as siblings to a patient—th...
Volunteer Spotlight: Beth Baker
When Beth’s friend Erin Kiltz asked if she’d like to be part of a new program serving patients and families on the Bone ...
Volunteer Spotlight: Kayla Holley
Kayla Holley became a His Grace Foundation volunteer in 2013 when her co-worker’s nephew was diagnosed with Severe Aplas...
Volunteer Spotlight: LaTonya Edmeade and Lynn Ripley
Lynn Ripley and LaTonya Edmeade became HGF volunteers "after hearing Val speak of the great courage the children have fi...
Our Patient Stories

Hala


Just a month before her high school graduation, Hala Shaath was diagnosed with Severe Aplastic Anemia. “Instead of p...
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Where Are They Now: DannyRan


When DannyRan Matthews goes to the beach, you might just mistake him for a fish. His mom can hardly coax him out of the ...
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Where Are They Now: Jailyne


Stage four Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma interrupted Jailyne’s senior year of high school. Suddenly, in addition to a life full...
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Where Are They Now: Nick


In May of 2017, senior in high school Nick Garrett crossed the stage at Searcy High School in Searcy, Arkansas. Robe flo...
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Where Are They Now: Jazzalyn


“Our story started at seven days old with long nights and days,” said Patsy Garza. Those seven first days of life belong...
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Kynadi


When Kynadi was just two weeks old, doctors became concerned. Kynadi appeared to have Sickle Cell Anemia, an inherited c...
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