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The staff at Capital Region Medical Center considers the volunteer auxiliary, known as the Partners, to be one of the hospital's greatest assets. The Partners members use their time and talents in many ways to help the hospital better serve our community. Partners members assist Capital Region staff by volunteering in the hospital, serving on special ad hoc committees and assuming leadership roles in the Partners organization.

There are currently more than 400 Partners members, including more than 200 members who are active volunteers. The Partners dedicate tens of thousands of volunteer hours to Capital Region Medical Center each year.

Frequently asked questions

Who are our volunteers?

They are retired professionals who may have worked as nurses, teachers or accountants to name just a few fields our volunteers represent. They are mothers and fathers, grandmothers and grandfathers. They are high school students interested in learning about the healthcare field. They are active people from all walks of life who like to lend a helping hand.

Where do our volunteers work?

They work in all areas at CRMC, including surgery waiting room, admissions, medical records, information desks, nutrition, the Capital Cup coffee shop and the gift shops.

Check out our opportunity directory to see a list of volunteer jobs and descriptions.

What else do the Partners do?

The Partners members support Capital Region in many other ways. They raise money for special projects. They hold staff appreciation events throughout the year. They encourage healthy behaviors through various activities such as breast cancer awareness drives, promote child safety identification through the WHALE program and offer scholarships to students pursuing healthcare degrees.

What are some of the Partners' accomplishments?

  • Donated more than $40,000 for patient recliners in the inpatient rehabilitation unit.
  • Purchased $25,000 of equipment in the pediatric unit.
  • Volunteered nearly 50,000 hours of service to Capital Region each year.
  • Donated $250,000 for each of the following projects:
    • Goldschmidt Cancer Center.
    • Sam B. Cook Healthplex expansion.
    • Physicians Office Building expansion.

The Partners Contributions & Scholarships:

  • Raise money through a variety of fundraising events with proceeds going to specific hospital programs and departments.
  • Award over $10,000 in scholarships annually.
  • Make Buddy Bears to give to all children who are patients at CRMC.
  • Provide Heart Pillows for all cardiac patients.
  • Conduct disease prevention and awareness campaigns.
  • Promote WHALE (We Have a Little Emergency), a child identification program.

Partners Auxiliary Scholarship Program

Each year the Partners auxiliary provides scholarships to those pursuing careers in healthcare. Certain requirements must be met to be considered for a scholarship. Click on the links below to view and print the qualification information and the application.

Partners Teen Volunteer Program

Deadline to submit application is May 1, 2023.

Submit by mail:
Partners Auxiliary
1125 Madison St.
Jefferson City, MO 65101

Submit by email:

The program will begin June 5, 2023 and conclude July 14, 2023.

Volunteens must be between the ages of 14 – 18.

"Volunteens" will be required to attend the following orientation session held at Capital Region Medical Center, 1125 Madison St., in the Tunnell/Wherritt Community Room.

  • May 2nd from 5:30 – 6:30 PM

Prior to the orientation, those interested should download and print the application, even if you have volunteered at CRMC in the past. Please complete and submit the application via email or mail. Call the Volunteer Office at 632-5032 to reserve your spot at orientation, this must be done prior to attending orientation.

If you are under 18, please have a parent sign the form to consent to your participation in this program.

At the orientation, teens will receive a TB (tuberculosis) test. You will be required to return two or three days later to have the test site checked. Information about where to get your test site checked will be provided at the orientation. Teens who have not previously volunteered at CRMC must provide a copy of their immunization records. Please bring this to the orientation.

Volunteens are guaranteed at least one four-hour work shift a week. This will be either from 8:00AM - 12:00PM or 12:00PM - 4:00PM. Volunteering will begin June 5th and end July 14th.

Parents are welcome to attend the training session; however, it is not necessary if a parent signs the application giving consent.

Apply Today!

Volunteen Application Form

Applicants must be at least 14-years-old before they can begin volunteering.

Already a volunteer?
Current volunteers may visit Volgistics to log in to the volunteer scheduling system.