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Words from our Guests April 20, 2023

Ever wonder about the impact of staying at a Fisher House for our military families?  Read here.

“To the wonderful people here at Fisher House – what a kind, loving, amazing place this is.  You go above and beyond with your beautiful set up, building and grounds.  Sinc we live in NH, when our son was hurt in Florida, you so kindly were able to put us up while we healed in adjoining rooms.  My husband was able to work remotely and I was able to help assist his recovery.  We were here a lot longer than I thought we would be, yet you never once made us feel uncomfortable.  God bless you!”

Celebrate National Doughnut Day June 2nd

Help our Fisher House on National Doughnut Day June 2nd by bringing in a box of your favorite doughnuts to our Eglin AFB Fisher House across from the Hospital. You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy donuts and that’s kind of the same thing. You could have a doughlightful day with us too June 2nd! Signuphere

Eglin Fisher House Open House, May 19, 2023

EGLIN’S FISHER HOUSE OPEN HOUSE: Have you ever wondered what’s inside that beautiful building across the street from the base hospital?  Or what is the Fisher House mission?  Come find out those answers, as you are cordially invited to attend an open house for the Eglin Fisher House on Friday 19 MAY 2023 from 0800 – 1600. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 883-2865.

April 1-Words from Guests

“We would like to give this donation to Fisher House in appreciation of our last stay. Y’all always accommodate us above and beyond. Thank you all!”

March 15 -Words from Guests

“Thank you so very much for the ministry at the Fisher House! We so appreciate the lovely home it provides when we have surgery at EAFB! We are very grateful!”

February 6 – Words from Guests

This is the blessing business you are in partnership with us.  The who behind the you….

“I travelled all the way from RAF Alconbury in England to receive some much-needed mental health treatment here in Florida.  The Fisher House was a true blessing.  I was able to stay for a full 4-week treatment program and not worry about an overpriced hotel stay without options for cooking my own meals.  The staff here was very kind and helpful throughout my stay.  I truly appreciated the warm hospitality and comfortable environment.  God Bless you all!”

December 23 – Words from Guests

The reason for the Fisher House…..brought to this family by a generous community who love our military like we do.  Saying thank you in a tangible and meaningful way.

“My daughter was suddenly hospitalized at Eglin AFB last week and I drove from Jacksonville to be with her for an undetermined number of days. I started in a hotel room, but one of the nurses at the Eglin hospital told me about Fisher House, which I knew nothing about. What an absolutely incredible and pleasant surprise! From the moment I walked in and met Robert, to the moment I left, Fisher House was nothing but a God-sent blessing for me. It allowed me to focus my time and attention on my daughter and not worry about the logistics of my stay. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the love and grace of Fisher House. Merry Christmas!”

The blessing business and you….

We are blessed with many big hearts in the community who share our mission in various ways.  Thanks to

Barbara Day for this one. Check out her blog here, we are featured!  Thanks, Barbara!


August 5 – Words from Guests

“This is my third visit to this most amazing facility and the hospitality is unmatched by any other like facility I have ever visited. The support of their amazing staff is unlimited, I just feel so much better, both mentally and physically. As I depart after being here since late April 2022, I cannot do justice to the staff and facility due to my limited ability to express in words how much I have improved, just since I first arrived. Thanks to all of you for the wonderful service which you provide to our veterans and our families. May the good Lord bless of you.” USMC (Ret) A three war, 100% combat disabled Veteran.”