PHILANTHROPY: Parrish Medical Center Volunteers Have Logged More than 2.6 Million Hours
By Space Coast Daily // June 12, 2019
Volunteer positions open now in the PMC Auxiliary
BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Parrish Medical Center volunteers have logged more than 2.6 million hours to help, share and give back to our community since 1959.
Parrish Medical Center invites you to join these dedicated and compassionate individuals devoting time and talent to working with patients, their families and hospital care partners.
Auxiliary membership is open to all with a sincere interest in community service and in helping PMC fulfill its mission, vision and values on behalf of the community served.
In addition to adult volunteer opportunities, the Auxiliary also has volunteer opportunities for teens, ages 15-19.
PMC’s Auxiliary care partners, through their volunteerism and the revenue generated by the operation of the Pink Angel Gift Shop as well as other fundraising activities, have made meaningful differences in the lives of many people in the community.
They serve as helping hands and as compassionate companions to patients in a time of need, award scholarships to area students pursuing higher education and careers in healthcare and contribute to childhood development programs and services, among many other contributions.
“Being an Auxilian at Parrish Medical Center is not only rewarding, it’s fun,” said Martha Larchar, Auxiliary vice president. “We are honored to donate our time, and fortunate to be able to share our talents, make new friends and grow our skills with others in our community.”
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