Kim is all smiles at a Packer pride party with Miranda, one of our volunteers.

At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we recognize the time and talents of our volunteers as gifts. Our entire staff appreciates that each volunteer contributes something special to our organization and the well-being of our patients.

In celebration of National Volunteer Appreciation Week, I encourage you to watch the following video and meet just a few of the many great volunteers helping our patients.

I invite you to post a comment and share what motivates you to volunteer. I would love to hear from you!

Eileen Clark, MSM, CCLS~ Eileen Clark, MSM, CCLS, manager, Family Services, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Visit chw.org/volunteer to learn more about giving and volunteering at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.

Read more blog posts by Eileen Clark, MSM, CCLS.


Volunteers give so much to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin — 3 Comments

  1. I volunteer in my children’s school and in our neighborhood for civic events and fundraisers. Volunteering makes me feel more connected in my community. It’s a pleasure and I believe it’s my responsibility.

  2. I am a CNA looking for a volunteer opportunity to hopefully help me get a career as a CNA in an hospital. If there’s a volunteer opportunity that CNA would be helpful in, I just wanted to give you an idea of where I might be helpful. Otherwise, there are other areas such as guest services or gift shop that I may be helpful in. Thank you. -Kelly Olson