Nurses House, Inc. is launching its eighth annual Dolphins for Nurses campaign to raise funds for registered nurses in need from April 12 to May 12.
Bloodworks NW is a non-profit, regional blood-donation and research organization that utilizes trained nurses to help with post-donation reactions at high schools and colleges.
The Washington Healthcare Access Alliance is hosting their 13th annual Washington Free and Charitable Care Conference this fall from Sept. 12-14 in Spokane, Washington.
Volunteer and join more than 100 partner organizations to offer free dental, vision and medical care to underserved and vulnerable populations.
Our thoughts are with the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. We especially recognize the dedication and efforts of the registered nurses providing care in the disaster zone under catastrophic circumstances.
Nurses who wish to volunteer in Texas for Hurricane Harvey relief can register through the Texas Department of State Health Services’ Texas Disaster Volunteer Registry. The registry has set up a “2017 Hurricane Harvey” option under the “organization” category. The American Red Cross is seeking health and mental health professionals…
Special Olympics Washington is looking for Health Promotion volunteers August 19 and 20, and Camp Kesem University of Washington is looking for camp nurses for the week of August 20-25.
The 2017 Seattle/King County Clinic is only 12 weeks away, and they are still looking for nurse and general support volunteers. The clinic will be held Oct. 26 – 29 in KeyArena at Seattle Center.
The Louisiana Nurses Association and AFT both have opened relief funds to help those affected by the flooding in Louisiana.
The American Red Cross Disaster Health Services needs nurses and other health professionals as it helps victims of the flooding in Louisiana. The Red Cross needs to hear as soon as possible from those who can help.
The Seattle/King County clinic is fast approaching! The four-day clinic is being held October 27-30 at the Key Arena. This year, the event goal is to provide free dental, vision and medical care to 4,000 people in need from our community year. More nurses are needed!
One of the longest running studies of health is expanding, and needs your help! The Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital are excited to announce that the Nurses' Health Study, for the first time, is now accepting both male and female participants!
The 2015 Seattle/King County Clinic, held Oct. 21-25, was an amazing success. Nearly $3.5 million in services were provided to more than 4,000 deserving people from our community. Thank you to the Registered Nurses who volunteered their time to serve so many people.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) and the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA) are partnering to convene the time-limited Palliative and Hospice Nursing Professional Issues Panel to promote the integration of palliative and hospice care into U.S. healthcare delivery systems.
The Seattle/King County Clinic returns to the KeyArena at Seattle Center October 22 – 25, 2015, and now is the time to sign up to volunteer at the event.