Each day, nurses save the lives of our neighbors. Will you recognize the dedication of nurses through a gift to finish renovations to the first and second floors of St. Joseph School of Nursing?
My family’s motto is to have “courage and faith.” In my time of need, my nurses had tremendous courage and true faith in me. I believe that nurses are the backbone of health care, and I owe my life to the nurses at St. Joseph Hospital. With gratitude for the nurses who once helped me, my family and I are proud to give back to St. Joseph School of Nursing.
Because it was established in 1908, St. Joseph School of Nursing is in need of some updates and general renovation. This fall, thanks to congressionally directed federal funds, the school will start much-needed upgrades to its first and second floors. The improvements will include a new HVAC system, a reimaged auditorium that will allow for multiple uses, updated finishes, and new lighting.
But they need our help!
The school is humbly asking you, me, and our community to come together and help them raise another $350,000 to finish the auditorium and improve the simulation lab. These larger spaces will better serve the students who learn here. My family is pledging $100,000 to help. Your gift makes a difference and every dollar counts!