Tag - Volunteer Services and Engagement

Fall fashion sale to benefit volunteer program

On September 11 and 12, Augusta University’s Office of Volunteer Services and Engagement will be hosting a Fall Fashion Market in the lobby of the Children’s Hospital of Georgia. The sale runs from 7 a.m.—6 p.m. on Sept. 11 and from 7 a.m.—3 p.m. on...

Healing Arts exhibit inspired by the road

This month’s Healing Arts exhibit takes viewers on the road less traveled. Award winning photographer Mike Stanley, chief ophthalmic photographer for the Department of Ophthalmology and a 31 year veteran of the medical center, has had is work appear...

Nancy Hussey’s story

NICU cuddler: rock, hug, soothe, play. — Nancy Hussey, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit volunteer   Read the story of Nancy Hussey, a volunteer in the CHOG Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, as we celebrate National Volunteer Week: hen Dr. Bill Dolan...

Emma McIntyre’s story

Diverse teen group becoming community leaders. — Emma McIntyre, Volunteen Board volunteer   Read the story of Emma McIntyre, a volunteer with AU Health’s Volunteen Board, as we celebrate National Volunteer Week: began volunteering at...

Mel Story’s story

My life saved; paying it forward. — Mel Story, Patient and Family Advisor volunteer   Read the story of Mel Story, an AU Health Patient and Family Advisor, as we celebrate National Volunteer Week: have a long history with this health system —...

Von Oatis’ story

Read the story of Von Oatis, a chaplain who volunteers with AU Health Pastoral Care, as we celebrate National Volunteer Week.

Doug Dooley’s story

Read the story of Doug Dooley, an AU Health Healing Arts Program volunteer, as we celebrate National Volunteer Week.

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