Angie Harrison, along with her husband, was instrumental in ensuring that medical care for all be available in Kitsap County, thereby starting Harrison Hospital. Members of this guild will serve as advocates for Harrison Medical Center through volunteer, philanthropic and educational endeavors to ensure excellent care for patients in the greater Kitsap area.
New members are always welcome.
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What began in 1961 as a handful of friends gathered in support of Harrison Medical Center today is the vibrant and successful Mathis Guild. While the activities have changed over the years, the group’s enthusiasm for friendship and dedication to community service remains unwavering. The Mathis Guild has raised over $200,000 to support programs and equipment at Harrison Medical Center, resulting in a healthier community.
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Formed in 1943, the Auxiliary is comprised of volunteers who are interested in serving Harrison and the community. Auxiliary members work primarily in support of two retail gift shops within Harrison Medical Center facilities in Bremerton and Silverdale. Net proceeds which benefit special projects and programs of the medical center. Online gift shop.
Both groups are always welcoming of new members.
For more information, contact Harrison Foundation by e-mail or call 360-744-6760.
The newest chapter of the Harrison Medical Center Foundation, the Violet E. Carlson Memorial Guild, had its first meeting in January 2012. The Guild was named in honor and loving memory of Violet E. Carlson who devoted herself to her family and volunteered tirelessly in the community. The respect and appreciation for the care that Robert Carlson (Violet’s husband) received at Harrison Hospital would inspire several members of the family, including Violet and her daughters to become active with the Hospital Foundation’s Festival of Trees. The Guild is continuing the spirit of the Harrison Medical Center’s Festival of Trees by using the mini-tree idea as the driver for fundraising activities of the guild.
The Guild looks forward to increasing its membership – new members are always welcome.
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