The Tulip Project
The Tulip Project is a family-friendly residential campus, designed to support seriously ill children and their families. Located on Tulip Street in Pasadena, Texas, near Beltway 8, the Tulip Project consists of twelve (12) duplex style units. Each unit has three bedrooms, two baths, and is designed to assist families with children who are waiting on or recovering from transplant, requiring treatment at the nearby Texas Medical Center, or utilizing palliative care services.
PJH established a permanent site for the families in 2013 with the help of the City of Pasadena and Texas Gulf Coast Housing Partners. The Albemarle Foundation partnered with PJH in 2013, to add a third duplex; and these two units, Pasadena Place and Bayport Place, are named in honor of both area plant facilities. In 2018, three additional duplexes were added to complete the housing facilities on campus. Special thanks to the Glassell Foundation, Southeast Texas Housing Finance Corporation, and the Rotary Club of Pasadena.
Here at the Tulip Project, up to 72 children and adults experience a peaceful, safe haven every day, and benefit from the programs and services we provide. One of our staff members will be happy to give you a personal tour.
The Board of Directors, Staff, and our dedicated Volunteers enjoy sharing news about the Tulip Project with the community. If you would like to schedule a guest speaker, please call the PJH office at 713-944-6569 or email [email protected].