The Center for Health Care Services Foundation opens the door to community involvement through our Foundation Councils. By volunteering to serve on one of our Councils, you lend your name and expertise to The CHCS Foundation and help us achieve our mission.
The Councils are comprised of members of our community from all walks of life, offering their support, skills and knowledge, and serving as ambassadors to The CHCS Foundation. The Councils also include former CHCS Foundation board members who want to remain involved.
While the Councils are not governing boards, Council members do assist The CHCS Foundation by providing advice and expertise, and assisting with our fundraising initiatives and special events.
If you are interested in serving on one of the Special Councils, please let us know.
Special Advisory Council
The Special Advisory Council includes past board members, innovative entrepreneurs and other influential civic leaders committed to the health and well being of the community. These prominent leaders support the mission of CHCS and contribute their experience and wisdom to The Foundation’s efforts.
Employee Engagement Council
The Employee Engagement Council includes CHCS employees that are committed to encouraging other CHCS employees to participate in programmatic, operational and philanthropic campaign initiatives.
The Physician’s Council
The Physician’s Council is composed of medical leaders reflecting the rich diversity of physicians throughout Bexar County, who are connected with CHCS, either through training, practice or appreciation of the Center’s mission. The passion and commitment to CHCS encourage others to rally in support of operational, programmatic and philanthropic efforts.
Corporate Community Council
The Corporate Community Council works to increase private sector giving to CHCS’ operations, programs, special events and campaign efforts. The council is comprised of corporate leaders from Bexar County who believe in the CHCS mission.
Faith-Based Community Council
Comprised of faith-based leaders from Bexar County who believe in CHCS’ mission, the Faith-Based Community Council works to increase faith-based giving and volunteerism to CHCS’ operations, programs, special events and overall philanthropic efforts.