Meet Our Families

Trinity

Quantum House families are best able to tell the story at the House.

Though all House families come from different backgrounds and are facing different challenges, they all have something in common: they’ll do anything to see their child get better.

Olivia

After little Olivia was born, she was transferred to neonatal intensive care.

Her parents couldn’t bear the thought being away from their precious baby girl. Olivia endured surgery at only 3 days old. Mom and dad could focus their attention on their daughter who needed them because they stayed at Quantum House. Three years later, and now with a little brother, Olivia and her parents visited the room where her parents stayed while she recovered.

The Family Housing Subsidy Program allows families to be close while reducing stress and worry. Your donations to the House mean cost isn’t a barrier to stay. Families are asked to contribute $40 per night, but no family is even turned away due to an inability to pay.

The kitchen is the heart of our home.

Ethan and his family have stayed at Quantum House a few times. But each time comes with its challenges for mom and dad for managing daily doctor appointments, keeping up with homeschool and working remotely on top of everyday necessities like meals.

The kitchen is the heart of our home, and you’re an instant part of the family when you support the House through the Chef for a Day or Family Pantry Programs. Contributions of time and money relieve a huge burden for families like Ethan’s. Groups who come to cook, donate supplies or contribute funds make sure dinner is done and the pantry is stocked.

Ethan

Kira

The House emphasizes learning and play amid the chaos of a medical crisis.

Kids at the House have opportunities every day to be kids despite what is going on with doctors. For kids like Kira the Family Engagement Program is especially meaningful for the kids.

Kids keep up with school virtually or with teachers who come to the House. The House coordinates with high school and college students who volunteer to tutor and make learning more dynamic. Additionally, volunteers are at the House every week for the therapy dogs visit, golf lessons, story time. art projects and more.