Looking to Contribute by Engaging in a Community Service Project?
Girl Scout Troops, students, families, and individuals are invited to donate homemade items for the Best Medicine Cart. Craft items, "Get Well" and seasonal cards, bookmarks, or any other related items that will bring joy or elicit smiles from our patients are distributed by volunteers.
As of August 28, 2015, the Valley Health System Community Care Clinic has noticed a need for brand-new children's books for ages 6 months to 10 years. We appreciate your consideration and thank you in advance for helping us with this request.
Do You Knit or Crochet?
Items such as afghans, hats, for newborns and cancer patients, and fleece lap robes are gratefully accepted and bring much comfort to patients and their families throughout Valley Health System. (Knitting instructions for newborn hats are available.)
For information on how you can make a difference through a community service project or by lending your knitting talents, please contact Katie Miller in Volunteer Resources at 201-447-8138 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for the hospital's Pediatric Wish List.
Click here for the hospital's Senior Wish List.
Recent Photos of Volunteers and Members of the Community:
2015 Teddy Bear Clinic. The 2016 Teddy Bear Clinic is coming soon! Contact Katie Miller (contact info above) for more information.
Students from ECLC
Ridgewood Students Bring Valentine's Day Cheer to Valley!
Project Interact from Ridgewood High School donating heart shaped balloons to nursing unit Phillips 3 East.
Faith Reformed Church member Elaine Hook with fellow members Anna and Cheyenne and their bandanna blanket.
Volunteers of Valley Yarnworks knitting group who meet weekly to create blankets, hats, teddy bears, and other knit items that bring comfort to patients and their families.