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Supporting medically fragile
children and their families

Supporting medically fragile children and their families

Sutton Family

Dear Project Joy & Hope,

In early 2017 my then 9-year-old daughter and I came to Houston, Texas (where she was listed for a double lung transplant) with no permanent place to stay. For several months we bounced around between hospitality housing, apartments, and hotels. By the grace of God, we were led to Project Joy & Hope at a time when we didn't know where we were going to live next.

On behalf of my family, I extend the sincerest thank you to Jan Wheeler and the staff at Project Joy & Hope for helping our family in a time of need. We were welcomed with open arms, treated like family and our every need and beyond was met during our lengthy stay away awaiting the transplant. You made our time special, whether it be holiday parties, birthdays, Mother's Days, or any other special occasions. You provided such a nice, clean, safe place for my family and I during a time that we needed it most. We never had to worry about anything. Any time we needed household items or toiletries all we had to do was ask. Any time something fun came up around the area, you always asked if we wanted tickets. We were even allowed to swim at your home and attend holiday parties with your family.

Project Joy & Hope cares about more than just giving you a place to live. They truly care about your mental and physical wellbeing as well. Everything Project Joy & Hope and the wonderful staff there provided during our stay changed our lives and we learned form your generosity something that we will never forget.

The love and care that goes into Project Joy & Hope is immeasurable. I am so blessed to have found such a loving foundation that truly cares about their guests and goes above and beyond to make sure all the needs of the families staying there are taken care of. We are forever grateful to have called Project Joy & Hope our home away from home.

Thank You and God Bless,

Keisa Sutton