Our COVID-19 Response: George Mark Children’s House remains open for patients — Respite Care, End of Life Care, and Transitional Care — and our entire team has received COVID-19 vaccinations. Read more
Slice House & SF Giants Raise Record $50K for GMCH!
Restaurateur and 13-time World Pizza Champion, Tony Gemignani, in collaboration with the SF Giants, announced a record $50K raised through the annual players’ seasonal pizzas campaign.
World Hospice & Palliative Care Day Reflections
Important voices in the field of pediatric palliative care, including our very own Dr. Hull, articulate the challenges and barriers and emphasize the need to address a multitude of issues to improve access and the quality of care for seriously ill children and their families..
The Hummingbird Hill Garden Gala: A Huge Success!
A huge thanks to all who came, donated, and supported our September 30 fundraiser. We exceeded our fundraising targets amidst the backdrop of fun, meaningful engagements and touching moments.
Our Fall/Summer Newsletter is now Available
Discover inspiring stories, updates, and achievements from our incredible children and staff. Our LIFE AROUND THE HOUSE Fall/Summer Newsletter is now available.
GMCH Recognized as Innovative and Exemplary for Another 3 Years
The ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center recently announced that 11 respite services from across the country that were recognized in 2019, including GMCH, were renewed for an additional three years of recognition (2023-2025) as Innovative and Exemplary Respite Services.
Watch Our Founder’s TEDtalk
To honor and celebrate young lives cut short, Kathy Hull founded the first freestanding pediatric palliative care facility in the United States, the George Mark Children’s House. Its mission: to give terminally ill children and their families a peaceful place to say goodbye. She shares stories brimming with wisdom, joy, imagination and heartbreaking loss.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Among our core values, George Mark embraces the differences across our staff, volunteers, patients, families, and all other stakeholders, which we believe makes us a stronger, more caring organization.