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Belleville General Hospital Auxiliary 


About the Belleville General Hospital Auxiliary 

The Belleville General Hospital Auxiliary (BGHA) has supported the hospital since 1938! The BGHA operates volunteer, in-hospital and retail services to serve staff, patients and visitors while also fundraising for the hospital.

It’s a wonderful place to volunteer. You can make new friends, gain experience, develop skills, and make a difference in the lives of others!

Become A Belleville General Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer!

Quinte Health and the Belleville General Hospital Auxiliary have several volunteer opportunities in patient care areas as well as revenue-generating retail services. New volunteers are always needed to maintain these valuable programs. Some positions are not available to individuals under 18 years of age due to the nature of the positions.

Before coming on board as a volunteer, we need proof of immunization including COVID-19 vaccine, TB testing, two references and an incident free police background check (for anyone 18 years and older).

The BGHA asks that you contribute an annual $5 membership fee and purchase a volunteer smock (your uniform for volunteering) for $20.

For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator Jay Moxness by email at or call 613-969-7400 ext. 3376.

Please note, volunteers must be a minimum of 16 years of age.


For decades, the Belleville General Hospital Auxiliary has supported patients, visitors and staff. The Auxiliary not only operates over 20 volunteer programs, but they also raise an impressive amount of money each year to aid in the purchase of much-needed medical equipment.

The Women’s Hospital Auxiliary was organized April 28, 1938, at a meeting held in City Hall Council Chambers. In October of 1974, the name was changed to the Belleville Hospital Auxiliary to reflect the inclusion of men as volunteers.

BGH Auxiliary provides a variety of volunteer services for the patients and staff of Quinte Health. Fundraising projects are designed to augment the equipment fund of Belleville General Hospital.