Breakfast Hosted by FOFH-IL

Fisher House Foundation Ambassadors Visit at Hines VA Fisher

FOFH-IL Board member volunteers Bernard Coffey (l) and Eddie Jackson (r) chat with The Rusted Hearts band lead Miles Nielsen – son of the legendary cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen.

Pictured Left to right, Lou Scola of Scola CARSTAR – a longtime Fisher House supporter; Holly Wright, Hines VA Fisher House Manager; Nancy Edelman, Fisher House Foundation Ambassador; and Jim Weiskopf, Fisher House Foundation Ambassador; during an official site visit and breakfast hosted by FOFH-IL. These personal visits facilitate clear communications between the Illinois Fisher House and the Foundation and serve to ensure that the high standards the Foundation sets for each Fisher House are maintained.


Military Families Express Heartfelt Appreciation

I’m overwhelmed by the impeccable service…this has been one of the most beautiful experiences under the circumstances for my Dad’s medical problems…grateful doesn’t cover how I feel and blessed.


This our first time at the Fisher House—how amazing it is! ...thank you for providing comfort when we’re feeling most uncertain of what our future holds…after long days at the hospital it’s so nice to find fellowship upon return “home.”


Back nice to know the Fisher House and staff are here for us. Especially when there is so much unknown in the future of my husband’s health…you provide for us at a time when we are dealing with issues that sometimes overwhelm us.


The staff didn’t act like staff. They treated us like family. I thought it would be like living in barracks. Wow, was I wrong! I’m grateful to Fisher House..found a new charity that is near and dear to my heart.


This stay helped so much! God blessed me by allowing us to stay in the Fisher House which gives peace in this timed of need.


After being here 32 days, we are going home…Fisher House is a lifesaver..what a beautiful place! Thankful for everyone who touched our lives.

Military Families Hosted