Volunteers Celebrate the Holidays by Giving to Others 
Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center Hospital 
Friday, 18 December 2009 

Recently, the Volunteer Auxiliary at Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center Hospital decided to go above and beyond.  When the volunteers attended a luncheon to celebrate the holidays, they decided to take this time to give back to the community. 

Cy-Fair Hospital volunteers give back in so many ways to the hospital and to the community as volunteers, but they went the extra mile to help those in need this holiday season by collecting canned goods and toys to donate to the Cypress Assistance Ministries (CAM).  CAM will provide the items to those in need in the community. 

Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center Hospital is very fortunate to have a team of dedicated volunteers to help meet the needs of the community.  The volunteer program has nearly 120 men and women who work in many different areas of the hospital, including the emergency room, gift shop, information desk, and nursing units.  Volunteers have the opportunity to learn new skills or strengthen old ones, explore a career in health care, extend their social network, and do their part to help others in the community.  

For more information about volunteering at Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center Hospital, visit www.CyFairHospital.com/Volunteer or call (281) 897-3186.

Volunteers Grace McEwan, Patty Roberts, and Judy Lyon (L to R) gather for a holiday luncheon hosted by CFMCH for the hospital volunteers.



Volunteers Houston Knox, Patricia Boutwell, and Don Mengel (L to R) sit down to celebrate the holidays with fellow volunteers from Cy-Fair Hospital.



CFMCH Volunteer Auxiliary secretary,
Catherine Scott; volunteer Carol Peiffer; and Volunteer Auxiliary president, Toni Wessley (L to R) enjoy food and festivities at the luncheon hosted by the hospital.


Displayed here are just a few of the
items collected by the CFMCH volunteers to help those in need this holiday season.