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One person can make a difference!The purpose of this organization shall be to render service to the Cloud County Health Center and its patients and to assist Cloud County Health Center in promoting the health and welfare of the community in accordance with objectives established by the governing body of the Health Center.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Cloud County Health Center. For over fifty years, volunteers of the Cloud County Health Center Auxiliary have worked together to provide a variety of services to benefit the hospital and patients. Funds raised by various projects purchase needed hospital equipment, furnishings, and scholarships for nursing and other healthcare students. Membership and service contributions are at the heart of the Auxiliary's mission of providing support programs and services for Cloud County Health Center. Your membership renewal or new membership is valuable to us! Each member is a vital part of the CCHC Auxiliary.
Each paid membership places your name on the mailing list to receive newsletters and updates of Auxiliary activities. Dues are payable beginning November 1st for the Auxiliary's following year (January through December). Our Auxiliary offers a membership with dues of $5. As a member, you may choose your level of volunteer activities. Each member is invited to attend monthly meetings, held in the hospital dining room, with lunch provided by the hospital. Membership can also be paid ($5 dues) along with an added contribution to the Auxiliary. All donations are appreciated and provide additional support to the Health Center. A Lifetime Membership is offered for those who would like to make a contribution to the Auxiliary and receive lifetime benefits of membership. These memberships are recognized at the annual meeting, held in January of each year.
2014 Hospital Auxiliaries Gold Award of Excellence
2015 Hospital Auxiliaries Gold Award of Excellence
"Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer."