Nathan Littauer’s Tree of Lights Ceremony Slated for December 1st

Nathan Littauer’s Tree of Lights Ceremony Slated for December 1st

All are welcome, and are cordially invited to attend the Nathan Littauer Auxiliary’s Tree of Lights Ceremony on December 1st, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.!
Those honored and/or memorialized will be listed on display in the Hospital Lobby. The tree will be lit all through December as a symbol of hope and love.
The Tree of Lights Ceremony is held on December 1st, at 5:00 p.m. in the main lobby, and there will be a Facebook Live event available for those to connect virtually.
To make a donation, please download our Tree of Lights Brochure. For more information, contact Volunteer Services at (518) 773-5505.

Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home Honors Auxilians

The Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home Auxiliary celebrating Auxilian Day on May 9, 2018

GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK (May 9, 2018) – Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home is grateful to the Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home Auxiliary 77 members, and the over 11,000 hours they have volunteered over the past year. Within this time, the auxiliary provided volunteer hours serving Littauer patients, nursing home residents and visitors, maintained and ran the hospital gift shop, organized and facilitated blood drives, the annual Tree of Lights ceremony, the hospital Reflection Garden, annual Card Game & Party, knit newborn baby hats and delivered U.S. Flags to patient Veterans, and many other volunteer activities.

In a luncheon held May 9 at Raindancer Restaurant in Perth, the auxilians and volunteers were recognized by Littauer President and CEO, Laurence Kelly, who praised the group for their monumental efforts.

Littauer Director of Volunteer Services, Susan McNeil said to the group, “When you volunteer, you are making a commitment to share that most precious of resources, your time, and you have made life better for those who are in need. Your volunteerism is recognized, appreciated, valued and cherished.”

New York State has more than 75,000 healthcare auxilians who initiate, fund, and volunteer for a wide variety of patient and family care services—from outpatient clinics to intensive care units. They sponsor community health fairs, health screenings, blood banks, and wellness lecture series; raise funds for hospital and nursing home equipment; and organize and underwrite outreach programs in their communities.