Nurses Week 2017

Nurses Week is finally here! In the past we’ve given away gift cards for scrubs and goodie bags, but this year we decided to do something a little different. This year we decided to honor as many nurses as possible, so we felt the best way to do that was to make a sizable donation to a charity that supports nurses and causes they are passionate about. 

We need your help in picking! The organization that gets the most votes by 5pm (PDT) on Thursday, May 11th will be given a donation in the name of all the nurses at Advanced Travel Nursing! Read about this years contenders and vote for your favorite!

Wishbone Foundation

The Wishbone Foundation helps provide bereavement training to nurses and their L&D teams so they can support families experiencing stillborn, early infant death, and miscarriage. No parents should have to go through such a tragic and emotional situation, but with the help of the Wishbone Foundation, hospitals can be properly equipped with compassionate and trained nurses to support families.

NCCS

For the last 30 years the National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) has helped provide emotional support to children with cancer and their families. They have also provided over $63 million in financial assistance as well as educational resources for survivors and their families. Every year they also award 40 college scholarships to childhood cancer survivors across the country.

NICU Families NW

 

NICU Families Northwest (NFNW) provides social and emotional support to NICU families in Portland, OR and the Pacific Northwest. Whether you’re anticipating a NICU baby or are currently in the NICU, they families navigate this a difficult and complicated experience. They work tirelessly to create a positive environment online and through their Littlest Reader Project they provide children’s books to NICU parents encourage parent-baby bonding.

 

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2 thoughts on “Nurses Week 2017

  1. Thanks for the opportunity to have a say in such a brilliant idea.
    Hope the donations reach those in need.

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