Shelby Hospital Guild
With more than 400 members, the guild supports MedCentral/Shelby Hospital through various fund-raising activities throughout the year.
Fund-raising Efforts Include:
- Book fairs
- Breakfast with Santa
- Festival of Lights
- Jewelry sales
- Holiday home tours
- Uniform sales
- Honey-baked ham sales
Membership is open to anyone interested in our mission. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month from January through May, and from September through November. The annual membership fee is $5.
The Shelby Memorial Hospital Guild was organized May 12, 1941 with the purpose of assisting the hospital in sewing and mending, making surgical dressings, supplying material needs and creating a positive community view of the hospital Hospital Auxiliary was founded in 1984 to serve the hospital and its patients, and to be a link between the community and the hospital.
The guild has played an important role in the operation of Shelby Hospital and we are very proud of, and grateful for, the many people who have volunteered their time, talent and services.
The guild services MedCentral/Shelby Hospital and helps maintain a favorable hospital image in the Shelby community. The organization is committed to assisting in supplying material needs through way approved by Shelby Hospital Administration. Proceeds raised by the guild go directly to the hospital.
For membership information, call Shelby Hospital Volunteer Services Manager Monica Cirata at 419-342-1704 or send email to email@example.com .
Shelby Hospital Special Memories Gift Shop
The Shelby Hospital Gift Shop is entirely staffed by volunteers trained to assist patients and visitors. The gift shop features a wide selection of merchandise.
Gift Shop Hours
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Shelby Hospital Volunteer Services
Volunteers staff the gift shop, information desk and cancer care and work as couriers. For more information about volunteering, call Monica Cirata at 419-342-1704, or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Last updated December 9, 2011