The Central Region Auxiliaries raise funds through a variety of fundraising activities both within the hospitals and through major events in the community open to the public. Throughout the year, the Auxiliaries plan these events. Activities include annual golf tournaments, spring basket drawings, a bi-annual signature event, and the management of the hospitals’ gift shops. The Auxiliaries are proud to be supportive partners to our hospitals and to assist in the fulfillment of our mission.

MidState Medical Center Auxiliary

From its beginning in 1885, our Auxiliary and its members have provided services to the hospital, comforting patients and families through a wide variety of volunteer efforts and financial support. The Auxiliary’s fundraising efforts have realized thousands of dollars for hospital equipment, patient programs and services while always keeping in mind the hospital’s mission to improve the health and healing of the people and communities we serve.

Over the past decade, major contributions to MidState Medical Center have included the Emergency Department, Cancer Institute, Family Birthing Center, Neuroscience Institute and most recently, a $50,000 gift to the Connecticut Orthopaedic Institute at MidState Medical Center.

Projects funded in 2018 include:
Ayer Neuroscience Institute $50,000
New Mom Amenity Bags for Family Birthing Center $9,000
Connecticut Orthopaedic Institute $50,000

HOCC-New Britain General Campus Auxiliary

Since its inception in 1899, the Auxiliary at New Britain General has distinguished itself as an integral part of the hospital by providing ideas, financial support and volunteerism to complement the ever-spiraling growth and technological needs of healthcare. The Auxiliary’s multi-million dollar fundraising efforts have been responsible for contributions to major undertakings at the New Britain campus, including the Cardiac Catheterization Suite, the ED Expansion and Renovation Project, a $1 million donation to the Hartford HealthCare Cancer Institute at The Hospital of Central Connecticut, and most recently a $105,000 donation to support the development of a Hybrid Procedure Room.

Projects funded in 2018 include:
Hybrid Procedure Room $105,000
Additional NicView Cameras $7,000

HOCC-Bradley Memorial Campus Auxiliary

The goal of the Bradley Memorial Auxiliary is to provide long-term commitment of emotional and medical support to the hospital and community. Due to the generosity of the local doctors, Auxiliary membership and all of the Southington community members who support our programs, we have been able to purchase equipment for our Cardiology Department and Emergency Department as well as support other programs in various areas of the hospital. Annually, they recognize our employees and volunteers with a continental breakfast and decorate the hospital for the holidays.