SCRUBS was founded in 2011 to engage young members of our community – between the ages of 25 and 45 – with the mission of St. Mary’s Hospital. As our community’s future philanthropic leaders, St. Mary’s SCRUBS members are engaged in learning about St. Mary’s services and programs, serving as ambassadors between the Hospital and the community.

Members are invited to behind-the- scene tours led by physicians, nurses, and service-line directors. They also participate in members-only “Let’s Get Personal” events designed to bring individuals together in a fun and informative social setting. Some of our 2015 events included a behind-the- scene tour of St. Mary’s Life Center, the Advanced Medicine Pavilion, and an underground tour of St. Mary’s tunnels as well as informative lunches with the Hospital Board of Directors and St. Mary’s Senior Leadership Team and exclusive invitations to social and fundraising events.

SCRUBS member donations primarily support the St. Mary’s Fund which benefits the hospital’s highest priority needs such as palliative care, trauma services, tele-stroke, Cancer Survivorship and medical staff education. Annual member contributions help sustain quality healthcare in our community and consist of a minimum annual donation of $250. Many members also volunteer on a variety of committees such as the St. Mary’s Ball, SURVIVE Fashion Show, or employee giving campaigns.

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a member email or make your gift online here.

2015 SCRUBS Members

Amy Austin  

Brianna Brodak  

Shaun & Sherri Burns

Joe Burtard  

Joshua & Candy Carpenter

April Davis  

Kevin & Erin Dryanski  

Jared Ferrans  

Sonya Foster  

Jared Houghton  

Ben Kagerer

John Kelley  

Heather Kendall  

Anita Lammers  

Jennifer Landini  

Sandra Legg  

Ky Oday  

Christine Ransier  

Joe Reed  

Justin & Ashley Reed

Andrew & Alyson Rhoads

Josie Rosa  

John Schmidt  

Jessica Shaffer  

Doug Simons, Jr  

Aaron Tice  

Evan & Candice Walton

Benjamin & Brooke Wegener

Ashlie Zimmerman