Mark your calendar for Council Meetings at the Ronald McDonald House Mills Community Room

09/10/15      6:00 pm
11/12/15      6:00 pm



Please join us in welcoming the Children’s Heart Program Volunteer Council’s Coordinator!!!

Jamey Sprowls

Jamey Sprowls

Jamey is a native of Harlem, Georgia. She attended Paine College for her undergraduate studies. She then went on to attend The Florida State University, where she graduated with dual Masters Degrees in Information Studies and Human Resources Management. While there, she completed a 6 month internship in London, UK with the British Library. Jamey comes to us from Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, where she served as Fund Development Manager. She is also a graduate of Leadership Augusta. She is married to Dale, and they have 2 children, Jordan and Blakely. In her spare time, Jamey is active with The Junior League of Augusta and is member of New Hope Baptist Church. She loves baking and crafting.


The Children’s Heart Program Volunteer Council (CHPVC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1995 to support children with cardiovascular disease and their families through a unique relationship with pediatric caregivers. The success of the CHPVC is attributed to dedicated volunteers, effective leadership, devoted financial supporters and a very important cause — enhancing the lives of children with special hearts and their families.

The Children’s Heart Program Volunteer Council’s key goal is to provide support through programs such as family visitation, educational seminars, Scholarship Awards, Camp Strong Heart, research awards, and projects associated with the Children’s Hospital of Georgia (Formerly The Medical College of Georgia Children’s Medical Center) Pediatric Cardiology program. These activities are funded through generous donations from friends like you and Doctors Who Cook®, our remarkable, nationally-known, award winning fundraising event.

CHPVC contact info:

Children’s Heart Program Volunteer Council
P.O. Box 40086
Augusta, GA 30909

Phone 706-414-4228
Please call or email us for family support or to request hospital visitation.