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Ensuring a Legacy of Hope & Care

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.



Our Patient Stories

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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Where Are They Now: Colten


When Colten Collier was just nine months old, a doctor discovered that his platelet count was abnormally low. It would t...
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Where Are They Now: Briana


Briana Donis is fascinated by the body. As a junior Applied Movement Science major at the University of Texas at Austin ...
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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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Thankful for the Past and Looking Forward to the Future: An Update from Matt Hogan, HGF Scholarship Recipient


In 2017, His Grace Foundation had the honor of giving a college scholarship to former bone marrow transplant patient Mat...
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Hendrix


Watch Jon Justice share the story of his family's experience with their son Hendrix, the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, an...
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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...
HGF Receives $6,700 from Young Texans Against Cancer
Thank you to Young Texans Against Cancer (YTAC) for granting His Grace Foundation $6700. That's 224 personalized shoppin...
Where Are They Now: Introducing A Series of Updates on Former Patients
His Grace Foundation staff delights in keeping up with many former patients and families. We love to watch their lives c...
Texas Business Travel Association Awards HGF $15,000
Thank you to Texas Business Travel Association (TBTA) for awarding His Grace Foundation $15,000 and collecting an incred...
Thankful for the Past and Looking Forward to the Future: An Update from Matthew Hogan, HGF Scholarship Recipient
In 2017, His Grace Foundation had the honor of giving a college scholarship to former bone marrow transplant patient Mat...
Volunteer Spotlight: Leigh Gose
Every week, HGF volunteer Leigh Gose lends a hand at our office in Hockley where she stocks toys for patients and gifts ...
Deacons of Deadwood Grant HGF $27,500
Thank you to the Deacons of Deadwood for a gift of $27,500 raised through their 17th Annual Charity Ball! We are so grat...
Gracie Kiltz, Inspiration for His Grace Foundation, is with Jesus
We are heartbroken to share with you that Gracie Kiltz, the inspiration and namesake of His Grace Foundation, passed awa...