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SON Giving Opportunities
Making History: The Campaign for GW is a comprehensive, university-wide philanthropic effort to raise funds to support the George Washington University’s vision and priorities. The seven-year, $1 billion Campaign—which officially began in July 2011 and was publicly launched in June 2014—has three key pillars: support students, enhance academics, and break new ground through state-of-the-art facilities and research.
The School of Nursing supports the Campaign by raising needed funds for student support, faculty research and professorships, equipment, and international programs. Here are a few specific ways you can be part of this historic campaign and advance the school’s mission and vision.
Contact Erin Harkins Medina to learn more about making a transformative gift to support GW Nursing students at 571-553-0122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of Nursing Annual Fund
Gifts to the Annual Fund benefit every facet of the School of Nursing. They support student financial aid, advance cutting-edge research, attract top-tier faculty, and strengthen our academic departments and community programs.
Gifts support strategic priorities, special projects, faculty research initiatives, and other areas where the dean has a specific interest or sees a need within the school. Examples might be a funding a notable speaker to lead a lecture series, targeted training events for timely health events such as Ebola or HIV/AIDS, or technological enhancements for distance learning students.
The Scholarship Fund
GW's commitment to the power of education and the promise of tomorrow's leaders, this fund will ensure that qualified students, regardless of financial resources, can take full advantage of a GW education.
Funds support student trips that provide hands-on training for students and health services and education to regions in need. SON offers several interdisciplinary trips to Haiti, and more are planned for other locations in the coming year. Students may also propose international opportunities that would count toward their clinical hours.
Funds support this high-tech environment in which students can “treat” manikins, which can be programmed to simulate health events ranging from blood pressure fluctuations to complications during childbirth. This hands-on environment is essential in preparing nurses for successful careers in their chosen fields.