Auxiliary

If you’re looking for a rewarding way to give back, volunteer through the Montage Health Foundation Auxiliary.

Every day, adult, collegiate and High School Service Learning Auxiliary volunteers make a positive difference in the lives of patients, visitors, and staff. Members of the Auxiliary:

  • Enhance the healthcare experience for our patients
  • Give personal attention, comfort, and care to patients and their families
  • Greet and help visitors
  • Support daily operations, administrative, medical, and patient services

Volunteer information

Look forward to the satisfaction and enjoyment you’ll gain from helping others as an Auxiliary volunteer. Learn more about:

  • How to become a volunteer – Apply to become an volunteer
  • Volunteer opportunities – View available adult and collegiate or high school service learning volunteer opportunities
  • Information for current volunteers – Access volunteer resources, including our online volunteer portals

Become a Friend of the Auxiliary

Make a Friend of the Auxiliary donation to become a part of the Auxiliary without the time commitment of volunteering.

Auxiliary history

Founded in 1955 by eight community-minded women, the Auxiliary has grown to include more than 250 volunteers. Since its inception, volunteers have donated more than 4 million hours of service.

Mission statement

The mission of the Auxiliary is to enhance, through volunteer efforts, the quality of service given for the comfort, care, and well-being of patients and the related needs of their families, visitors, staff, and the community at large.

Board of directors

  • President: Linda Murillo
  • Vice President of Membership: Susan Murphy
  • Vice President of Auxiliary Services: Kim Forsberg
  • Treasurer: Hope Cutino
  • Secretary: Marilyn Bachik
  • Nominating Director: Michael Adamson
  • Education Training Director: Neil Poling
  • High School Service Learning Director: Luke Dilger
  • Program Director: Mary Woolwine
  • Public Information Director: Stephen Lee
  • Past President/Parliamentarian: Diana Busman

Volunteer your time

Apply online to become a volunteer. After you apply, we’ll contact you to set up a one-on-one meeting. For more information, contact the Volunteer Services office at (831) 625-4555.

Apply online

Upcoming Events

  • Aug
    18
    Thursday
    2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
    Learn about the proven health benefits, specific Mediterranean foods, and get delicious recipe ideas that you can try at home.
  • Aug
    23
    Tuesday
    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Join this in-person workshop on planning for and talking about what we want when it comes to serious illness and end-of-life care. Taking these steps now will reduce stress later, and allow your choices to be honored.
  • Aug
    23
    Tuesday
    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Join one of our personal training experts to learn some simple cardio and weight training circuits guaranteed to maximize strength and cardio gains at the same time.
  • Aug
    25
    Thursday
    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Join one of our personal training experts to learn some simple cardio and weight training circuits guaranteed to maximize strength and cardio gains at the same time.
  • Aug
    31
    Wednesday
    12:45 PM - 1:45 PM
    This class is for people at risk for developing pre-diabetes or diabetes, and people who just want to learn more about diabetes.
  • Aug
    31
    Wednesday
    3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    August 31 is Overdose Awareness Day. Please join us and our community partners to learn how to rescue someone from an overdose and how we can prevent, treat, and recover from addiction.
  • Sep
    1
    Thursday
    6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    Surgeons Mark Vierra and Steven S. Chang have helped thousands of people get on a path to weight loss and better health through weight-loss surgery.
  • Sep
    8
    Thursday
    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    Learn about symptoms, treatments, and hormone therapy options as you enter this new phase of your life.
  • Sep
    10
    Saturday
    9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    Physical activity doesn’t need to be hard. Walking boosts physical health, mental well-being, and can help manage serious health conditions.
  • Sep
    12
    Monday
    10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    An interactive, motivational series of classes that teach strategies to help you live longer and stronger after a cancer diagnosis and treatment.