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918 Poplar Ave.  •  Memphis, TN 38104
Welcome!

Welcome!

Come on in and look around! Take a moment to read our story, meet our families and find out how you can help.

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Memphis Food & Wine Festival, October 14, 2017

Memphis Food & Wine Festival, October 14, 2017

Save the date for one of this incredible event benefitting FedExFamilyHouse!

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Meet Our Families!

Meet Our Families!

Seizures interrupted life for the Drash family. Thanks to people like you, they found hope in Memphis.

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FORE! Golfing for a Cause!

FORE! Golfing for a Cause!

The 6th annual FedExFamilyHouse Golf Tournament Raised $52,000!!

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FedExFamilyHouse is a home away from home for out-of-town families with children receiving treatment at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.

Meet Our Families

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No family should have to worry about housing when their child is ill. Thanks to you, they don’t have to. Hear from some of the families you’ve helped.
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Get Involved!

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Fighting childhood life-threatening illness or injury isn’t easy. But helping the families of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital can be.
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Around the House

Apr 08, 2017

This year's FedExFamilyHouse Gala raised $1 million for our mission to provide a home away from home for families while their child is ...
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Feb 22, 2017

Eli Manning Named Celebrity Guest for 2017 FedExFamilyHouse Gala; Chris and Debby Wallace to serve as Honorary Chairs; Tony ...
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Building on the Promise

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As Le Bonheur’s programs have grown, so has the demand for housing – and we need your help to fulfill our promise. FedExFamilyHouse is often at 100 percent capacity. No family should have to worry about housing when their child is critically ill. For every family who gets a room at FedExFamilyHouse, there are at least four more waiting. 

Join our fundraising campaign, “Building on the Promise,” has been launched to raise the $12 million construction cost of expansion. 

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