Overlake Medical Center Auxiliaries
Auxiliary members are dedicated volunteers with a mission to support medical excellence at Overlake through community engagement and fundraising. Auxilians played a critical role in Overlake’s founding, and today they continue to provide valuable support for Overlake.
The Auxiliaries host a wide variety of events and activities throughout the year to help fund cancer care, cardiac and stroke programs, healthcare services for seniors, neonatal intensive care and other vital programs and services.
Join an Auxiliary! We welcome anyone who wants to share their talents and energy to rally support for Overlake by taking on the fundraising projects that suit them best. If you like to organize fundraising events, are looking for volunteer opportuntities or just want to find out more, contact the Foundation at 425-688-5525 or by email.
Upcoming Auxiliary Events
All Auxiliary Annual Meeting, June 2, 2016
All are welcome to attend! We'll be hearing from Overlake CEO Mike Marsh and Shari Einfalt with Strategy, discussing Overlake's efforts to make our services and environment more culturally inclusive.
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. - Excellence Conference Room, Midical Pavilion, 6th Fl
Past Auxiliary Events
Wine, Appetizers, and Holiday Shopping, November 18, 2015
The Roger Stark Cardiac and Stroke Auxiliary hosted this fun event in Kirkland at Ivy Gift & Home at 141 Park Lane and neighboring store Essentials at 129 Park Lane. 10% of all sales were donated to Cardiac and Stroke services at Overlake Medical Center—thank you!
Dreamcatcher's Spring Fling Quilt Raffle July 2, 2015
Thank you to all who purchased raffle tickets for a gorgeous pinwheel quilt! We raised more than $2,220 for our Auxiliary which supports Overlake employees facing financial hardship.
Fashions from the Heart - May 6, 2015
Thank you to all who attended and supported the Roger Stark Cardiac and Stroke Auxiliary's 7th annual Fashion Show! We raised more than $31,000 for cardiac and stroke programs at Overlake Medical Center. Read More.