Hospital Auxiliary Donates Over $10,000 to Jefferson Healthcare

The Jefferson Healthcare Hospital Auxiliary is pleased to announce they have donated $10,260 to Jefferson Healthcare.  Each year, the Auxiliary Board meets to discuss their annual giving based on their fund-raising activities.  Most of the funds come from the Hospital Gift Shop sales.

Since 1976, the Jefferson Healthcare Hospital Auxiliary has generated nearly $1 million in funds through its various activities.  The most prominent fund-raising activity is the operation of the Hospital Gift Shop.  The Gift Shop is managed and operated solely by the volunteer staff and the Auxiliary Board.  The Gift Shop is open during the week and has a wide selection of cards, gifts, jewelry, home décor, gifts, candy, and so much more.  The proceeds from sales go directly to Jefferson Healthcare to fund equipment, supplies, and scholarships.

“Thanks to our hardworking, dedicated volunteers in the Gift Shop, we are able to support the hospital with equipment and supplies which otherwise might fall to the back of the line in budgeting priorities.  We are very proud to help all the various services and departments that support our community health,” said Rosemary Nielsen, President of the Hospital Auxiliary.

Gift Shop Volunteers: Brenda Buck, Barb Clarberg, Cathe Clapp, Karen Harvey, Nancy Kelly, Rosemary Nielsen and Judy Robnett

This year, the Auxiliary is pleased to support the purchase of the following equipment and supplies:

  • Portable blood pressure monitor
  • Metaneb
  • Colposcopy camera
  • Lab coats


If you are interested in becoming a Gift Shop volunteer, please contact Virginia Moon at 360-385-2200 ext. 2082 or email

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