This year, Augusta University’s VolunTeen Board hosted its annual ICU drive to collect donations that will assist families of patients.
There are several local service projects in need of participants this season to benefit Augusta University’s students, patients and families.
The Office of Volunteer Services and Engagement is hosting another Masquerade sale from Monday, Nov. 18, through Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Local artist Jeff Tilden is showcasing his most recent work at Augusta University Health’s November Healing Arts exhibition.
Augusta University faculty, staff and students lent their paws to community organizations for the annual Day of Service.
Though general registration for this year’s Day of Service is closed, two additional project sites have been added, so if you haven’t already registered, it’s not too late to “lend a paw.”
In an effort to assist these families in meaningful ways, consider being an AU Health Pantry Partner by donating non-perishable food items, paper items or personal hygiene products.
“There has been such a great spirit of generosity and I feel even more proud to be a member of this institution," said Joe Webber, director of CEPaR at Augusta University.
This month, Bea Barnes is the featured artist for the Healing Arts Gallery Wall, showcasing her work inspired by her environment and loved ones.
A volunteer program at the medical center gives local college students a chance to give back to the community.
Take a look at what's happening at Augusta University this week.
Volunteers will work with the AU Health Concierge Blue Coat Ambassador team to help provide a safe and welcoming environment to patients, their families and guests.
Taking place from April 15-18, the national weeklong event is a chance to celebrate all of the volunteers who have given their time, talent, voice and support to the university and the medical center.
Both sales are open to the public, and all proceeds from the sale will go to Augusta University and AU Health Volunteer scholarships and programs.
Spend your summer serving and learning by participating in the VolunJag and VolunTeen summer program.
For the past two months, the VolunJags and VolunTeens at Augusta University have worked tirelessly to impact the lives of patients and their families.
Over the years, a group of local submarine veterans have visited patients in the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, bringing comfort and cheer, and delighting our pediatric patients by inducting them into a rarified group: “Honorary Submariners.”
This year’s Day of Service was a big win for our community and our university family. With more than 1,200 volunteers spread out across the CSRA, we were able to complete much-needed service projects with 40+ local community organizations. Here are...
Start getting ready for gift-giving season with Masquerade Big Holiday $5 Jewelry and Accessories Sale, hosted by the Office of Volunteer Services and Engagement.