Our Wish List

Because so many guests come to Hospital Hospitality House unexpectedly, many do not bring basic items they need to make it through their stay. We are always in need of goods, including food, toiletries and blankets. The products you need in your house, we need in ours! Here’s a list of just a few of our immediate needs that would help us continue providing for our guests:
  • Individual Packages of Peanuts, Cheese & Crackers and Peanut Butter & Crackers
  • Regular coffee
  • Fruit Cups
  • Postage Stamps
  • New Cotton Twin Blankets
  • New Adult Underwear
  • Gift Cards for Meijer
  • Gift Cards for Target
Items can be dropped off at the House, 527 W. South St., Kalamazoo, anytime Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Thank you for giving!

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  • "The Hospitality House has been a blessing. I appreciate them very much."


    Meet Larry.
    He's been a guest at the Hospital Hospitality House on and off for the last few months as he battles bone and lung cancer at the West Michigan Cancer Center.


    Larry lives in South Haven and doesn't have a car, which makes getting to and from treatments very tough.
    His treatment schedule often requires daily visits for weeks at a time. He's been able to stay at the HHH during that time so he doesn't have to worry about transportation while his body is recovering.


    Larry says his body is responding well to treatments and his doctors credit his reduced stress by staying at the HHH with helping him.
    Larry says the spirit at our House is helping his fight.


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  • "This has been a Godsend."

    Meet our guest, Shelly.

    Shelly, her husband, 2 of her kids and 3-year-old granddaughter were in a car crash in Albion during a snow storm earlier this month.
    Her husband was airlifted to Kalamazoo for treatment.
    He's still in very critical condition and has a long road to recovery.
    Shelly says the Hospital Hospitality House has been amazing to her and her family.
    She came here with only the clothes on her back and without a car.
    Her family's only vehicle was totaled in the crash and she says she's not sure what she would do without the help she's receiving now.
    Shelly says someone is always asking how her day is and if she's ok- little things that are helping her through this very tough time.


  • Welcome to all of our new followers! And thank you!

    Did you know the Hospital Hospitality House of Southwest Michigan has served 31,204 guests since our inception in 1985?

    Last year alone, we provided 3,850 guest nights.

    Here's a glimpse inside our home: