Association of
Florida Healthcare



(please read letter below)

Dear Members of AFHAV:


The Board of Directors voted at our Board Meeting, May 22-24, 2022 in Ocala to “NOT” have an Annual Meeting/Educational Conference in 2022.  Our decision was made after reviewing your survey responses, increased operational expenses, cost of living including the cost of gas.  The Board also discussed plans for the remainder of 2022 and 2023.


Plans for our September 11-13, 2022 dates are to reorganize the AFHAV in a two day retreat for the Board, “Bringing AFHAV to You”.  We will discuss Topics for the future and have a team that travels. This will help members to better utilize their Auxiliaries/Volunteers by serving their groups’ needs. 


Our upcoming program will be shared with our members and will also be put on our website ( and through our “Inside AFHAV Newsletter”. We ask for your input as to topics and what you would like us to bring to you.


As a gesture of good faith, AFHAV is offering a refund of the 2022 dues paid OR holding them for dues in 2023. Please let Peggy Griffith, our AFHAV Treasurer ( know your preference.


Several of our membership groups have undergone changes this past year. Again, we are very receptive to receiving any suggestions you may like to contribute by email to our website.


We are looking forward to a better and more productive 2023.


AFHAV Board of Directors


Judy Boles

Judy Boles, President





May 22 - 24, 2022                             AFHAV Board of Directors Meeting

                                                                         Hilton Ocala, Ocala

September 12 - 13, 2022                 AFHAV Board of Directors Reorganization Meeting

                                                                         Hilton Ocala, Ocala






Serving those who serve

At the Association of Florida Healthcare Auxiliaries-Volunteers we’re here to assist member auxiliaries/volunteer organizations to better serve and support their hospital/healthcare facilities by a mutual exchange of ideas. We stimulate interest with educational meetings. We aid in the organization of volunteer groups. We also suggest ideas and techniques for the development and expansion of auxiliary-volunteer services within healthcare facilities. We promote health education in the community.

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About Us


Here at the Association of Florida Healthcare Auxiliaries-Volunteers, we are committed to a single goal; we strive to make the world a better place. Explore our website to learn more about all that we’re doing to make a change. We are a private, non-profit, 501c3 organization dedicated to helping our member organizations, while developing meaningful relationships with them.

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"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"


Judy Boles, President

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