The Canton Christian Home Auxiliary Has Been Assisting the Residents & Staff Since 1978
The Auxiliary's first year was 1978. It had its initial membership drive that January and a fundraising membership drive has continued at them first of every year since. In addition to the membership drive, the Auxiliary Committee (now called Board) has provided numerous programs for the residents and several different types of fundraising activities. Money from the fundraising activities has been used to enrich the lives of those living and working at the Canton Christian Home.
In-House Programs for Residents
Programs consist of a variety of fun and exciting extra events for the pleasure of the residents.
Throughout the year a variety of special events are held to raise money for the in-house programs, benevolent fund, and scholarship fund.
Benevolent care helps subsidize care costs for residents and allows them to continue living at CCH. No resident has ever been asked to leave CCH due to lack of funds.
Enriching and furthering the education of our excellent staff is just a small way of giving back.
Various Auxilary Projects
The automatic doors have been very helpful to the residents, especially those with walkers.
The magnifier is very useful for those with poor eyesight.
The pendants are made available for every residents to contact emergency help within the Home.
The salad bar is used almost everyday by our residents.
These two employees and several others have benefited from the Auxiliary's scholarship program.
The bus is used several times a week to transport residents to special activities.
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Who is in Charge of the Auxiliary?
The leadership of the Auxiliary is comprised of an executive board that includes a president, Vice President, secretary, treasurer, and the Director of Development of the Canton Christian Home.
Ada May Royer
Auxiliary Vice President
What the Auxiliary Does
Annually the Auxiliary has three or four fundraisers. The major fundraiser has been the golf scramble, which replaced the boutique in 1999. The first golf scramble has a net profit of $7,000 and in the last five years, the golf scrambles have raised $20,000 annually. Additional fundraisers offer between one and five thousand dollars per year.
Over 40 years, the Auxiliary has had fundraisers that have brought in over $1,165,000. The different projects and the benevolent money has complimented the administration in making a difference in the lives of 2,600 residents. The Auxiliary also provides several in-house programs for the pleasure of the residents.
The fundraisers run by the Auxiliary, not only benefit the residents, but also help to provide a scholarship fund for staff members looking to further their education.
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