You are the driving force behind the National Nurse Campaign and there are no words to express how grateful we are for your support. Please don't miss this opportunity to invest in the future of nursing and in the health of America. A donation of $20.00 unites you to a broad based national network working to provide a full-time, visible, effective National Nurse for Public Health to engage nurses at the local level to do what we do best: health promotion and disease prevention.
The $20 campaign has proved to be immensely popular and is even a hit on Capitol Hill! Congressional and Senate aides receiving packets of information about the National Nurse Act have frequently asked how they are paid for and recognize and appreciate the certificates with supporter/constituent names that accompany them.
For every $20 received, we are able to personally deliver a packet in that constituent’s name to their elected U.S. Representative. A certificate will also be emailed to you as a way of thanking you for your support.
We are also asking that endorsing organizations of HR 1119 The National Nurse Act of 2011
consider making contributions, as these dollars would go a long way to help pay for this campaign.
As you may know the National Nursing Network Organization
is ALL-VOLUNTEER, so your support is crucial in helping to assure that our voices are heard on Capitol Hill. Since the first of January 2011, the NNNO has received donations from nurses and supporters living in Alaska, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Washington.
You can make your donation on line
or please email the NNNO Board for information on where to send a check. One of our supporters pointed out that recurring donations of $5 per month are possible-this amounts to less than 17 cents per day, little cost towards an action that can make such a positive difference in our nation's health!!*Please be aware that while the NNNO is a non-profit organization, it does lobby and cannot be tax exempt, and therefore your contributions are not tax deductible.
The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Sunday, March 27, 2011