Face Mask Drop
Edison Park American Legion Post #541 & Park Ridge Businesswoman
Donate 200 & 100 Face Masks Respectively for Hines Fisher House
Just in time for re-opening of Fisher House after corona virus shutdown to veterans and military families with wearing face masks required.

American Legion Post #541 led by Commander Laura Kennelly garnered 200 and Park Ridge realtor Teresa Giannini donated 100 for a treasure trove of 300 NIOSH 95 medical masks.

"We are thankful for these masks to help with observing regulations regarding the wearing of face masks for the protection of our military family guests and staff," says Hines Fisher House Manager Holly Wright.

Invaluable 300 NIOSH 95 Medical Masks Courtesy of American Legion Post 541 and Teresa Giannini of Great Lakes Home Mortgage, Inc. are displayed by Hines Fisher House Assistant Manager James Cooks.


Military Families Express Heartfelt Appreciation

Fisher House is a Godsend. So many of us want to be with our family members but can’t always afford it with the cost of travel, lodging and food. Thanks to Fisher House we can!

What a blessing! The Fisher House has relieved me of so much stress. Don’t know what I would have done.

This is such a great opportunity for families of veterans affected by war and illness. It warms my heart to see the government, community, families and those who serve out nation working together for the greater good.

My grandmother and I stayed at the Fisher House to keep my father company during his long treatment/recovery… If not for this home, my father would have been a sad and lonely man.

…The Fisher House provides peace of mind for the patient as well as their family…the manager and staff are a true blessing…

Military Families Hosted