Our Auxiliary Council

The Auxiliary Council is a group of young professionals dedicated to enhancing and expanding the reach of Erie Family Health Centers. Guided by the strong belief that high quality health care is a fundamental right, not a privilege, Council members raise awareness of Erie’s programs and services and work to support these initiatives through financial support, service, and advocacy.

The Auxiliary Council is a group of young professionals dedicated to enhancing and expanding the reach of Erie Family Health Centers. Guided by the strong belief that high quality health care is a fundamental right, not a privilege, Council members raise awareness of Erie’s programs and services and work to support these initiatives through financial support, service, and advocacy.

Auxiliary Council Membership Benefits

  • Develop a knowledge and understanding of Erie’s mission, services and programming, as well as the current community health landscape, to represent Erie in the community.

  • Have the opportunity to serve Erie in various volunteer capacities, for example: representing Erie at community outreach events, and participating with Erie staff and patients in activities like the AIDS Run & Walk, Erie Running Club, and the Chicago Pride Parade;

  • Connect with Erie leadership and program directors, and have the opportunity to serve on select sub-committees of Erie’s Board of Directors;

  • Enjoy social gatherings and outings throughout the year;

  • Network with like-minded professionals; and

  • Plan, promote, execute, and host Erie’s annual fundraising event, Eriedescence.

Eriedescence

The Auxiliary Council is a group of young professionals dedicated to enhancing and expanding the reach of Erie Family Health Centers. Guided by the strong belief that high quality health care is a fundamental right, not a privilege, Council members raise awareness of Erie’s programs and services and work to support these initiatives through financial support, service, and advocacy.