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  • Halo House Foundation reaches 20,000 day housing milestone

    For $20 per day to guests, local charity Halo House Foundation has now provided more than 20,000 days of housing to cancer patients battling leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma who travel from the greater Houston area, around Texas and the country for treatment at the Texas Medical Center. The patients who come to the TMC for treatment ...

  • Mabee Foundation Presents Halo House with $800,000 Check

    On July 3, 2018, Greg Daggett, a Director on the Board of the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, presented Halo House Foundations Executive Director and Co-founder Kathleen Fowler with a check for $800,000. The Mabee Foundation had approved the “challenge” grant to Halo House in early 2017.  The grant was contingent upon Halo House raising the ...

  • See who attended Halo House’s groundbreaking for new facility for cancer patients

    Halo House Foundation broke ground Jan. 30 on a new dedicated facility for out-of-town blood cancer patients to stay while undergoing treatments in Houston.

  • Low-cost temporary apartments for cancer patients to break ground

    Halo House, a unique community of 33 low-cost, temporary apartments for patients with blood cancers and their families, will break ground near the Texas Medical Center later this month.

  • Halo House plans apartments for blood-cancer patients in Texas Medical Center

    By Katherine Feser, in the Houston Chronicle | Updated 11:57 am, Monday, October 16, 2017 Halo House, a provider low-cost housing for out-of-town blood-cancer patients in the Texas Medical Center, plans to break ground on its own designated facility as soon as December. Founded by MD Anderson's Dr. Nathan Fowler in 2009, Halo House has operated out of ...