Post Date: 02/05/2021
Donates $4,100 to Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association.
Post Date: 02/04/2021
Please look for the GMHVA coin box at 76/Circle K locations.
Submission Deadlines for GMHVA Cookbook
Santa’s Helpers (Celine Calvo, Melva Calvo, Vinson Calvo, Josh Lujan and Kris Cruz) lend a hand to GMHVA pink ladies as they deliver hot meals to our Guam Memorial Hospital night shift frontliners.
Post Date: 12/01/2020
2021 GMHVA Executive Board Officers
Post Date: 09/25/2020
Margaret Ann Jones, 1965 Founding Member, Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteer Association, may be gone but her memory lives on in the hearts of the volunteers or “Pink Ladies” as they are fondly called. Margaret passed away in 2019.
The Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association received a generous donation from the "Diana Zeien Ysrael and the Ysrael Family".
Mobil Oil Guam, Inc. President Jimmy Tim Chau Hau, presented a check for $5,000 to GMHVA President Christine Calvo on April 30, 2020.
Prior to March 2020, the "Pink Ladies" were in full speed ahead with plans for their biggest yet fundraiser, their 55th Annual Charity Ball.
Post Date: 04/23/2020
Fundraising efforts is still ongoing to continue to support the Guam Memorial Hospital’s COVID-19 related needs and efforts.
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The Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association (GMHVA) is a nonprofit organization of dedicated people, who, through their gift of time, talent, and personal interest, supplement the professional hospital staff in caring for the comfort and welfare of the patients, personnel, and visitors to the hospital.
The hospital Gift Shop (which was founded in 1971) and Gift Cart, wholly managed and operated by volunteers, provide a significant ongoing source of funds for hospital equipment needs.
Volunteers who have skill and experience in cutting hair provide hair grooming services to patients at the Skilled Nursing Unit facility.
There is a need for interpreters for patients who do not speak English. If you speak Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and the languages of the outer Pacific islands, your valuable services are needed. Occasionally there is also a need for someone who can interpret in “sign” language.
We assist those visiting the hospital in knowing their way around the facility. Plus, we also provide assistance to the Information Booth.
Volunteers are particularly appreciated by the children. Providing comfort to sick children can be in the form of reading books, singing songs, playing games, or feeding them.
Volunteers may be called upon to assist the certain departments in the hospital.
The organization holds a handful of fundraising events throughout the year to assist the hospital by donating necessary equipment, supplies, and upkeep. All GMHVA Volunteers take active part in organizing, managing, and promoting these events.