About

The Auxiliary Board to Virtua Memorial is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to supporting patient care and programs at Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly, NJ. Through volunteerism, fundraising, advocacy, and outreach, the Auxiliary to Virtua Memorial has established a legacy of philanthropy that spans more than 68 years.

The Auxiliary Board, comprises three member auxiliaries from communities across Burlington County. Together, their members organize a variety of fundraising events open to the community, with proceeds directly benefiting programs and services at Virtua Memorial. Most notably recognized for their annual holiday house tour known as the Cooks Tour of Moorestown.

Become a Member

New members are always welcome to help continue the tradition of service to the patients and families served by Virtua Health. To learn more about joining the Auxiliary, please call 856-355-0830 or email gratitude@virtua.org.

 

History

Originally named the Women's Auxiliary Board to Burlington County Memorial Hospital, the organization has been in operation for more than 68 years and became a legal nonprofit in 1981. In 1998 the board changed its name to the Auxiliary Board to Virtua Memorial to reflect the hospital's affiliation with Virtua Health.

Member Auxiliaries:

  • Mount Holly Auxiliary – Founded in 1952, the Auxiliary represents Mount Holly, Pemberton, Westampton, Lumberton and Hainesport.
  • Mount Laurel Auxiliary – Founded in 1984, the Auxiliary represents Mount Laurel, Maple Share and Masonville/Fellowship.
  • Pinelands Auxiliary – Founded in 1977, the Auxiliary represents Medford, Medford Lakes and Vincentown.

Philanthropic Impact

Throughout its history, the Auxiliary to Virtua Memorial has made significant philanthropic contributions that have greatly enhanced programs and services for local patients, families, and community members. In recent years, they have generously given to Oncology Services at Virtua Memorial Hospital and Virtua Samson Cancer Center in Moorestown, as well as provided support to Virtua Health’s Coronavirus Emergency Response fund.