Certified Care makes a grant to Malachi House


On March 21, 2011  Certified Care (certifiedcare.org) gave a grant via their Certifed Care Sweet Relief Grants Program to Malachi House in the amount of $1,500.00 in honor of their professional and angelic services provided.

Malachi House, in Cleveland, Ohio, is a non-profit organization that serves terminally ill persons, without cost or regard to gender, race, religion or national origin. They help restore dignity to less fortunate individuals by providing them with a safe, comfortable place to spend the final stages of life.

Malachi House offers a home and family for terminally ill
by Frank Barnett

(Plain Press, March 2010) Malachi House allows the terminally ill to live out their days as happy as possible. From the outside it just looks like another handsome 100-plus-year-old row house in Ohio City. But 22 years ago, the internal walls were knocked down, fusing the 4 individual units into one big beautiful home. After expanding in 2002 it can now house 15 residents. (To read complete article click here)

(To read more about Malachi House click here.)

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