The Salvation Army of Augusta is hosting several volunteer campaigns this season and invites the Augusta University community to get involved.
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.
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.
National Surgical Technologist Week is Sept. 15-21, and Augusta University Health is celebrating surgical technicians for their dedication to ensuring patient safety.
Enjoy the colorful creations of AU Alumni in the February Healing Arts Wall Exhibit.
Spend your summer serving and learning by participating in the VolunJag and VolunTeen summer program.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, find the perfect gift for your sweetheart at Jodi’s Accessories.
The VolunTEEN Board is collecting donations that will assist families of patients in the ICU so they can continue to focus on supporting their loved one.
October's Healing Art Wall Exhibit showcases nature photos from Georgia photographer.
Don't miss the Friday deadline! Take some time to register to lend your paw at the 2018 Day of Service.
Art exhibition in Children's Hospital is helping through healing.
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.
Since many of the volunteers already have an interest in working in the medical field, this summer experience is a great opportunity for them to learn what it’s like to work in a medical setting.
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.
“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.