Ways to Give
Penn Nursing Annual Fund
These funds support student scholarships, updates and enhancements to facilities and technology, and innovative programming to enhance today’s student experience. Participation from the Penn Nursing community is vital to provide unrestricted funding from the Annual Fund and has helped to drive the state-of-the-art renovations to the new Claire M. Fagin Hall and recruiting and retention of the leading students and faculty that make Penn Nursing the nation’s number one ranked private School of Nursing. Support for the School’s only unrestricted spending fund allows Penn Nursing to address current and critical needs to remain the profession’s leading institution.
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Friends of Penn Nursing Scholarship Fund
For over 25 years, the Friends of Penn Nursing has built a strong tradition of support that enables our scholars to learn, grow, and innovate as they become leaders in healthcare and in their communities. The Friends of Penn Nursing Scholarship Fund has given financial support to more than 120 scholars and contributions continue to ensure that the best and brightest scholars can access the unparalleled education and opportunities that Penn Nursing offers. Gifts to this fund enables us to support a broad array of talented students as they develop into researchers, care providers and community leaders.
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Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing
As nurses stand at the forefront of a rapidly changing healthcare landscape, the mission of the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing to thoughtfully analyze health cares past in order to preserve its future is more timely and relevant than ever. Since its inception 25 years ago, the Bates Center has become the preeminent destination for scholarship in health history seen through the lens of nursing. The Bates Center and its dynamic Preserving the Future Campaign are dedicated to fostering a deeper understanding of our national and global health history in order to lead to more effective health policy and patient care strategies.
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