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.
This year will be the first year that in-patient volunteer training is incorporated into the program.
Day of Service is coming up in November and, for those who are participating by “Lending a Paw,” your volunteer t-shirts have arrived.
Art therapy program focuses on ensuring a more positive and well-rounded experience for patients, families and guests.
Augusta University's VolunJAGS challenge all staff, faculty and students to donate magazines for the JagMag Challenge.
Beginning on Monday, July 16, Retail Concepts and Your Silver Connection will be setting up in the lobby of the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
At its seventh annual Heroes Breakfast on June 19, the Augusta area chapter of the American Red Cross recognized members of Augusta University in three separate categories.
Dr. Bill Lutin, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, is back this month to showcase his photographic talents for June’s Healing Arts exhibition.
“It was an exercise in coordination,” said Teri Mobley. “I’m not clinical...but I was able to use my skill set to put people in the right place.”
“Anyone in the community can help," said Dr. Jean Pawl. "Not just those with specific skills."
Learn more about the Augusta University Medical Reserve Corps and how you can help in a crisis.
Kelvin Brooks has been named the 2018 Volunteer of the Year for his four years of service in the Division of Infectious Diseases.
The Masquerade $5 Jewelry and Accessories Mother’s Day Sale will be set up in the lobby of the Children’s Hospital of Georgia beginning on Monday, May 7.