Duke Hospital Auxiliary's primary goal is to support hospital programs through volunteer hours and financial support with particular emphasis on patient and family needs that raises the level of patient care and comfort. Duke Hospital Auxiliary is a vital part of the Duke University Health System Team.
We’d love to have you here with us at Duke! Please visit our Volunteer Tab above for more specific info and to learn more about Duke hospital Auxiliary in Durham.
Gail Parkins Memorial Ovarian Cancer Walk
The Gail Parkins Memorial Ovarian Awareness Walk is intended to raise the level of awareness for this disease, provide financial support to research efforts, and to pay tribute to those touched by ovarian cancer. DHU donated funds to purchase baskets used in the silent auction fundraiser. See the website for more information on this great organization
Arts for Life provides a world of creativity to Duke patients with chronic illnesses. The educational art programs enrich patients' lives and encourage positive healthcare experiences for children and their families.Please read more below…
Families can stay at this “home-away-from-home” and find a comfy bed, a safe place to sleep each night, as well as a home-cooked meal and activities for the kids. The house is located less than 1 mile from Duke hospital and welcomes 55 families each night! DHU "adopted a room" and also helps sponsor the Hearts of Gold Gala.
Duke Children’s Gala – Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center
The Duke Children’s Gala on Saturday, October 22, 2016 was a wonderful success! Over 350 guests helped us celebrate the amazing work of Duke Children’s. With their support and the support of our many sponsors, we raised over $130,000 for Duke Children’s through the live appeal and auction items alone.
Hosts Ann Reed, MD, chair of the Department of Pediatrics, and Allan Kirk, MD, PhD, chair of the Department of Surgery, highlighted the important work being done at Duke Children’s and the tremendous impact funds raised at the last Gala had on Duke Children’s.
The Rainbow of Heroes Walk commemorates and celebrates all Duke Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant (PBMT) patients and their families. The Walk is not only the main fundraiser for the Duke PBMT Family Support Program, but more than that, it is a reunion for patients, families, nurses, therapists, doctors, volunteers, and supporters who have come to know each other through the months-long transplant process. Don't miss next year's event on April 27th, 2019!
Duke Hospital Auxiliary is thankful for the financial support of Duke Stores and Duke Health System who make it possible for DHA to support amazing hospital programs and meet its mission statement as a non profit organization.