Impact: 2022 Annual Report
Published on July 13, 2023
Explore highlights of our new Impact 2022 Annual Report.
Camille, age 7, stays at Family House when treated for medical conditions related to being born prematurely.
All children deserve space to heal.
Family House had the privilege of serving more than 670 families in need during 2022.
Thanks to the incredible generosity of our donors, Family House was able to provide dignity, a caring community, and a home by the hospital for families facing their child’s life-threatening diagnosis. But we cannot do it alone.
Please make a generous gift today to ensure that Family House will continue to provide a safe, compassionate, and worry-free environment so that families can focus on their healing.
We’ve accomplished a great deal together!
Camille, with her brother Holden, engaging in a music session with Director of Family Services Paul Goold.
Together, we have helped so many children and their families get through the most difficult times of their lives. Although 2022 presented many challenges, Family House remained committed to keeping families together by providing a home away from home for children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
With a free spirit and a heart full of love, 6-year-old Johnny rides his wheelchair around Family House with a giant smile on his face. Four years ago, Johnny was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease called Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM) with Calcinosis Universalis. JDM results in weak muscles and impairs physical function in severe cases.
“Family House has been a huge help to us financially and emotionally,” said Johnny’s mom and dad, Martina and Aldrich. “We feel the homey vibe here.”
“It was a relief knowing we had a place to stay, while my son continues his treatment and follow-up appointments at UCSF,” said Martina. Their family came to Family House from Houston, Texas in 2022.
2022 Financials (Unaudited)
In 2022, $3,786,456 was spent serving families in need. Diverse income sources and sound fiscal oversight ensure we deliver on our mission and meet annual operating costs of more than $5.3 million.
Simultaneously, $4,536,038 was received in 2022 for the Fund for the Future Campaign to ensure long term financial security.
Camille, age 7, her brother Holden, age 10, and her dad Camron. From Modesto, Camille’s family stays at Family House to be near UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital when Camille receives treatment for medical conditions related to being born prematurely.
For more information about how Family House provided care and comfort for families with children facing cancer and other life-threatening illnesses last year, download our new Impact 2022 Annual Report.
Photography by Marco Sanchez, UCSF Documents & Media.