Volunteer Opportunities

Friends of White Plains Hospital

Auxiliary LuncheonThe Friends of White Plains Hospital is made up of a special group of more than 800 dedicated individuals with a mission to promote and advance the welfare of White Plains Hospital. Members proudly and passionately serve as advocates of the hospital, coordinate fundraising projects, organize special events, write and distribute a newsletter and contribute thousands of volunteer hours per year. 

The Friends sponsors a wide array of programs, services and activities including:
 

  • Auxiliary Luncheonthe Caregiver Support Program
  • blood pressure screenings
  • scholarships for junior volunteers
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The Friends strives to provide a powerful voice for White Plains Hospital in the community and welcomes new ideas for involvement.

Friends Leadership

Co-Presidents

Wendy Berk 
wendyberk@gmail.com / 914-725-8555

Kathy Winterroll 
k.winterroll@verizon.net / 914-830-6544

Major Events

The Annual Fall Gala, the Friends’s signature fundraising event, and the Spring Event celebrate and honor the hard work of physicians and medical staff, while encouraging increased philanthropic support of White Plains Hospital.

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 Annual Gala: Black & White Ball, Brae Burn Country Club

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Friends Spring Event - Capitol Steps, Women's Club of White Plains 


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Mah Jong & Martinis Event, The 808 Bistro

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Bowling for Bears, AMF White Plains Lanes
 

To find out more about upcoming events, click here now!

Join us!

The Friends always welcomes new members who wish to make a difference for their community hospital. To become a member, click here now. You can also call the Friends' Office at 914-849-7152, or the Foundation Office at 914-681-1040 for more information.
 

Check out our newsletter!

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Patient Testimonials

She never rushed me or became impatient ... [She sacrificed] her own time to go home to make sure I was alright. She is a credit to your hospital... read more