Volunteerism plays a critical role in the success of our events and fundraising programs. We value our Auxilians, committee members and Hospital volunteers. We have an opportunity for nearly every interest and will always accommodate the amount of time you can give.
Every fundraiser supporting the Foundation has a core group of volunteers or committee members that work toward planning a successful event. There are various ways to get involved with events such as May Festival, the Gala, Dash 4 Diabetes, the Bike Challenge for Cancer, SHINE, Chester County Day and the FORE Health Invitational.
Volunteers Services at The Chester County Hospital
From clinical support to clerical support, we offer a wide variety of opportunities to people who want to share their time as a volunteer in the Hospital or one of our satellite campuses. (This role does not include fundraising.)
The Women's Auxiliary to The Chester County Hospital
Our Auxilians manage numerous events and other programs throughout the year. Events include Chester County Day, FORE Health Invitational, Dilworthtown Inn Wine Festival, Beef~Beer~Boogie, Polo Cup and May Festival. Other programs include various fundraising service projects, Santa's Workshop, the Women's Auxiliary Gift Shop and the Encore Shop.
The Men of Chester County
The men that gather to help the Hospital are committed to helping as needed. They provide various types of support throughout the year.
Internships at the Foundation Office
Internships are available through the year for students interested in a career in event management and/or fundraising. Interns will get hands-on experience in planning, marketing and executing events. Students will work with Foundation staff, volunteer committees and event participants. Although internships in the Foundation are unpaid, students will gain valuable experience and skills.
Any and all fundraising events for the benefit of the Foundation or the Hospital must be authorized and approved by the Foundation Office. Call 610.431.5642 to request more information.
Last Updated: 9/15/2011