Designed and built as a "home-away-from-home" for families of
patients from outside the Orlando area, the Hubbard House can
help restore a sense of calm during troubled times of illness or
injury. A Victorian style house with 17 rooms and 4 efficiency
suites with amenities such as a communal dining room, TV room
with laundry facilities, age specific playrooms for children, library,
and exercise room takes the worry out of being away from home
when a loved one is in the hospital.
About the Hubbard Family
When Francis Evans Hubbard moved to Orlando in 1925, Orange General Hospital (now Orlando
Health) was the only community hospital in the area. Realizing the critical need for adequate medical
care, Mr.Hubbard immediately became involved. Since that time, the family has collectively given
more than 90 years of their time to support our organization. It was in appreciation of these years of
service that we dedicated our new "home" to this special family.
•From I-4: Exit Kaley St. EAST to Orange Ave., go NORTH to Orlando Health campus.
•From Hwy. 50: Go SOUTH on Orange Ave., through downtown Orlando to Orlando Health campus.
•From Beeline Expressway: Exit at 527 (Orange Ave.), go NORTH to Orlando Health campus.
The Hubbard House
29 West Miller Street ~ Orlando, Florida 32806
407.649.6886 Fax: 407.849.6447
If you would like more information about the Hubbard House, please call the general manager at
407.649.6886 or email Peggy.Smith@orlandohealth.com.
Hubbard House is a member of NAHHH
(National Association of Hospital Hospitality Houses) --
Homes that Help and Heal.
Adopt a Day...
for those who are in crisis,
$100 for a day or $500 for the week.
Hubbard House will display a sign in front lobby
on date(s) chosen.
Cooking for Guests
Call Peggy at 321-841-2527 and arrange to come cook a meal for the guests at Hubbard House.
Hubbard House cooks for 50 people per night and she can give you guidelines on how much to
buy, dates available and the process. It is a very rewarding experience to serve the guests and
have time for fellowship with those in crisis.
Be a Regular Volunteer
Volunteers are needed from 8am to 9pm. We ask for a commitment of four hours per week and
there is an application process. Please call Faye Ginette at 321-841-2525 for more information.
Current Urgent need is for night volunteers from 4-8pm or 5-9pm.
Call Peggy at 321-841-2527 to learn of Service Projects for your church group, sorority or family
to do cleaning, landscaping, painting, etc.
From: Sam's Club, Costco, Publix, Target or WalMart
Chicken Broth, Large Cans
Baked Beans #10 Cans
Black Beans # 10 Cans
Green Beans # 10 Cans
Cream of Mushroom Soup, Large
Spaghetti Sauce, #10 Cans
Puddings - Vanilla and Chocolate #10 Cans
Napkins, regular white and holiday
Paper towels, 2 ply
Toilet paper, 2 ply
Paper plates, large and small
Zip locs, snack, quart, gallon, 2 gallon (storage and freezer types)
Garbage bags, kitchen, drawstring
Dawn Dish Detergent
Kleenex, square boxes or individual
Air Fresheners, ie. Glade, Febreeze or Lysol
Items for Welcome Bags:
Thank you notes
Blank note cards
Individually wrapped snacks
Toiletries, bath gel, lotions, shampoo, conditioner, combs, brushes, toothpaste, toothbrushes,
shaving cream, colognes for men and ladies
DVD's for family and kids
Copy Paper 81/2 x 11
Note pads 5 x 7 for rooms
Post it notes
Computer Monitor 15" or above
Printer Cartridges HP78 XL, HP45, HP15A
Other large wish list items or monetary donations to purchase the following:
New Garden Landscaping
New lock system
Pressure wash entire house
Freezer, 25 cu ft