For many years Delta residents have chosen the Auxiliary Thrift Store as the best in that category in Delta. Thank you, everyone, for your support. Thank you also for your donations. Our volunteers work very hard to provide a wonderful shopping experience for the community, and to provide funds for special items for the Delta Hospital.
Donations can be large or small.
Thrift Shop volunteers are urgently needed!
Check out our most recent Bursary award winners.
On July 12 the Auxiliary was thrilled to complete 50 years of contributing to the Delta community. Celebrations included a fun afternoon at the Harris Barn and the distribution of A Book of Memories, a comprehensive history of our growth and achievements. Thousands of men and women have volunteered over the years, with 57 of them contributing for more than …
It is lovely to see the warmer weather, spring flowers and busy birds. Here are a few bits of Council news for you. At our monthly Council meeting, we made some decisions on how to spend some of the money the volunteers have earned. We have chosen more than $650,000 worth of hospital equipment to pay for in 2018. We …
Want to learn the latest about DHAS? Here are a few news bits to help keep you up to date.
June 12th was the 49th anniversary of the founding of the Auxiliary, nearly half a century serving the citizens of Delta and providing equipment to make our Hospital better. A huge “thank you” to ALL the volunteers over the years. Without you and the public’s support we would never have reached this milestone!
Delta Hospital Auxiliary Society is pleased to announce that their Thrift Store is the recipient of a 2018 Readers’ Choice Award. The thrift store was recognized and honored as favorite “Second Hand Store”. It is the 21st anniversary for the Readers Choice Awards where Optimist readers vote by ballot or on-line survey for their favourite shops and services. The winner …
Your Council is looking forward to the opening of the telemetry unit in July. Nurses have been training for use with the new equipment, and that will mean better care for heart patients. There will then be four more beds available in the Emergency area.