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Our organization thrives on the donations of wonderful people like you. If you would like to contribute to our work and help improve Nursing, please consider making a gift to one of our funds.

National Nurses Week

Caring. Dedicated. Compassionate.

Every day nurses go above and beyond to provide extraordinary care. Extending a helpful hand, providing a sense of comfort and serving as advocates for their patients and families.

These men and women are tireless in their efforts to ensure that patients are receiving the best possible care, and we thank them for all that they do. Help us celebrate National Nurses Week by honoring a nurse. Send a note of thanks or make a gift to future nurses.Help us celebrate National Nurses Week (May 6-May 12, 2016) by:

  • Writing a brief personal message of appreciation to a nurse.
  • Making a gift in a nurse’s honor to support healthcare provided by WVU and future nurses. The amount of your gift will not be mentioned publicly.

You can thank your special caregiver by making a comment or gift in their honor.

If you have any questions, contact the HSC Philanthropy Office at 304-293-3980 or development@hsc.wvu.edu.

For more information about giving opportunities at the WVU School of Nursing, please contact:

Patti Kimbrough

Director of Development, School of Nursing
Phone: 304-581-1975
Email: patti.kimbrough@hsc.wvu.edu

 

2nd Annual Nurses Carnival

Nearly four million nurses around the country provide extraordinary care to patients every day. In honor of these men and women, the WVU School of Nursing and WVU Medicine will celebrate National Nurses Week by hosting the Nurses’ Carnival at the Erickson Alumni Center on Wednesday, May 11, 2106, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The carnival, which is free and open to the public, will include prizes, games, food and special appearances by the Mountaineer; Cooper, the Black Bears mascot; and WVU Medicine’s Monti Bear. Attendees can also enjoy free chair massages, grab a picture with a colleague at the photo booth and purchase items from nearly 20 local vendors. Last year more than 250 people participated in carnival activities.