Memorial Hospital Auxiliary

Mission Statement

The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is a fund raising organization. The mission of the Auxiliary is to address hospital improvements for the betterment of our patients, staff and community.

Serenity Terrace

The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary's largest project was the Serenity Terrace.  Located in the front of MHLC, This is a place where families, visitors and friends can walk thru or just sit, relax and enjoy beautiful blooming plants, garden furniture and a serene flowing fountain.  This also includes creative stamped concrete and an overhead pergola for shade.  Ideas and design for this project were created by the generous volunteers of the Auxiliary.  Lafayette County Concrete, Chris Andrews Construction and Natures Gift's Greenhouse & Floral brought our Serenity Terrace to life in its completion in September of 2008.  A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to dedicate and present this to the patients, friends and staff of MHLC.

Birthing Suite Donations

The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary most recently donated leather furniture for the "New Beginnings" Birthing Suites here at Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County.  In addition to the pull-out leather couches, the Auxiliary donated to each suite: dining set, entertainment center, nightstand, and glider rocker.  These items were purchased locally and will enhance the family stay at MHLC.  The addition of the birthing suites was part of the 2003 fund raising campaign.  The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary also pledged funds and has named one of the birthing suites.

About the Committee

The Auxiliary Committee is a fund raising arm of MHLC.  Their fundraisers include:

  • Band-Aid 5 - February 14, 2014 at Bridge's Banquet Center, Darlington WI.
  • Golf Classic-14th Annual - July 26, 2014 at Darlington Country Club, Darlington WI.

       

Get involved!

Many vibrant volunteers generously donate many loving hours of help toward the Auxiliary every year.  If you would like to be a part of the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary or would like donation information, please call the Community Outreach Director at 608-776-5731.