Giving BackAngleton Danbury Campus

Auxiliary/Volunteer Services

There are a wide variety of ways that you can volunteer at UTMB Health, depending on your interests and availability. Volunteering is a great way to contribute to your community and participate in helping patients and guests have the best experience they possibly can. If you are interested in volunteering your time and talent to serve others, contact the Auxiliary of UTMB Health Angleton Campus at (979) 848-9109.

Making a Gift to UTMB Health

UTMB Health is fortunate that many of our patients make generous gifts to say thanks for the care they have received. They also give to make sure other patients have the same opportunities they did: to be tended to by some of the best and most compassionate caregivers in all of academic medicine.

Your gift will enhance the patient experience at UTMB Health. It can help purchase state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and treat illness and injury. It can help construct the next generation of hospital facilities. Or it can help support the training of tomorrow’s medical pioneers.

Your generosity can also light the spark of innovation, supporting the kind of groundbreaking research that gives hope to millions, whether it is the family struggling with Alzheimer’s, the victim of severe burns undergoing a long rehabilitation process, or the brain injury victim working to rebuild his life.

To speak to someone about making a gift to UTMB Health, please contact the UTMB Health Development Office at (409) 772-8767 or visit us at

Donate Blood

UTMB Health Angleton Danbury Auxiliary hosts a monthly blood drive on the Angleton campus. The blood drive is held on the third Tuesday of every month in the POB II Auditorium. Blood Drive hours are 12:00 noon to 6:30 p.m. For more information about donating blood go to

Becoming a Transplant Donor

Transplantation is one of the most remarkable success stories in the history of medicine. Despite continuing advances in medicine and technology, the demand for organs and tissue vastly exceeds the supply available for transplantation. Learn how to become a lifesaving organ or tissue donor at