The American Cancer Society is embarking upon a Renovation Campaign to ensure that the Hope Lodge in Baltimore remains a home away from home, a source of comfort and support for our guests.  We will be moving from our current space to a larger facility right across the street which will enable to us to serve 30% more guests while continuing to provide access to the lifesaving care available in the Baltimore Area.

Give Hope

To respond most effectively to the needs of patients whose lives depend on access to effective cancer treatment in Baltimore, the American Cancer Society has committed to relocating our Hope Lodge community to a new facility. This move will allow us to increase our guest rooms from 26 to 34, expanding our capacity by over 30%, and allowing us to offer an additional 2,920 room nights to cancer patients and caregivers annually.

We need your help. Your support will allow us to expand and improve Hope Lodge Baltimore to meet the needs of more patients facing cancer. Your investment in the Hope Lodge program today is an investment in the lives of cancer patients for years to come. 

Campaign Leadership

    Lt. Col. Julie M. Walker

    US Air Force (ret), MA

      Alden S. Bradstock III, PE

      President / Veteran Design and Construction, Inc

        Fred Fried

        Co-Founder & Principal / Team Services LLC

          Adam Kleeman, CPA

          Partner / CohnReznick, LLP

            Stuart S. Martin, PhD

            University of Maryland School of Medicine / Drs. Angela and Harry Brodie Professor in Translational Cancer Research

              Michel L. Modell

              Executive Vice President, MSLP, Inc., Le’Enfant Terrible and Modell Family Ventures

                Dawne Pappas

                Co-Owner / The Original Green Turtle

                  William F. Regine, MD, FACR, FACRO

                  Isadore and Fannie Schneider Foxman Chair and Professor of Radiation Oncology; President, University of Maryland Medical Center Staff Organization; Executive Director, Maryland Proton Treatment Center

                    Dale Springer

                    Volunteer