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July 15

Houston Methodist Transplant Center Preps Home for Hurricane Season

Sue Weber and the Houston Methodist Transplant Center team donated in a big way to help stock the Nora’s Home pantry in preparation for Hurricane Season. Non-perishable food items, water, toiletries, paper goods, flash lights and batteries were collected by the hospital staff and delivered last weekend to the home. Having extra supplies on hand…

June 16

S&P Continues to Show Their Love for Nora’s Home

Satterfield & Pontikes, the general contractor who built Nora’s Home, continues to support the home not only with their annual charitable Golf Classic benefitting the home (going on 8 years this November), but provided Nora’s Home guests with a delicious BBQ dinner last week. We can’t say enough good about the genuine caring relationship S&P…

June 16

RICE MBA Students Volunteer in a Big Way

(Pictured left to right: Marcela Guaqueta, Michelle Depenbrock, Shun Kamiya, Qiuzi “Chu” Liang, and Yun Chao “Henry” Chen) Recent RICE University MBA Graduates not only served Nora’s Home guests as Chefs of the Day but selected Nora’s Home as their partner for their capstone project this year. This multi-faceted project has been pivotal in revamping…

June 04

Young COVID-Related Transplant Patient Stays at Nora’s Home

Andrew Capen, a victim of COVID-19, received a double-lung transplant in 2020 following 6 months of ECMO. He is recovering at Nora’s Home and lifting spirits with his quick wit and drive to persevere. Video content provided courtesy of KRPC Channel 2 News and Houston Methodist Hospital