Despite the challenges brought on by a pandemic, in 2021 Hannibal Regional Auxiliary was once again able to generously support local healthcare. At their December Board Meeting, the Auxiliary presented a check for $112,370.89 to Hannibal Regional Healthcare System, with the funds going towards fulfilling their pledge to the Building Better Tomorrows campaign.
With more than 250 volunteers, Hannibal Regional Auxiliary gave many hours of service to Hannibal Regional. Service is the heart of the Auxiliary and its main purpose. This year the Auxiliary theme was “Is it Normal Yet?” Even though the answer is “NO,” the volunteers still played a very big supportive role in the mission of meeting the health care needs of the community. The successes of the Auxiliary are dependent upon the dedication and commitment of each volunteer. “I am thankful and proud I can be part of Hannibal Regional Auxiliary,” says Janet Taylor, Hannibal Regional Auxiliary President.
Do you enjoy helping others? Are you looking for a way to have a positive impact on the community? Hannibal Regional Auxiliary is always looking for new volunteers. There are several areas within the Hannibal Regional Healthcare System where people can volunteer their time, including activities with patients, working in Judy's Boutique gift shop or The Caring Cup, and many more. For more information call J.D. Dodd at (573) 248-5272.
Pictured from left to right are J.D. Dodd, Director of Guest/Volunteer Services; Connie Benson, Hannibal Regional Foundation Board Chair; Dr. Wendy Harrington, Hannibal Regional Foundation President & CEO; Janet Taylor, Auxiliary President and Todd Ahrens, Hannibal Regional President & CEO.