Foundation / Corporation
Nevada Nurses Foundation (NNF)
02/01/22 - Receipt by End of Day
Grants to Nevada licensed nurses for healthcare-related projects, research, and programming. Funding is intended to enhance access to quality health services for state residents. Funding is also intended to further the nursing profession and promote professional development by providing funding for projects, programs, and research that directly impact the health and wellness of Nevada citizens.
GrantWatch ID#: 182523
The total award amount may be distributed among more than one grant recipient.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The application can be found at the RFP below.
For questions or concerns regarding the application or evaluation process, please contact the Nevada Nurses Foundation at 775-560-1118 or e-mail grants@NVNursesFoundation.org.
Nevada Nurses Foundation (NNF)
P.O. Box 34047
Reno, Nevada 89533
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