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RNRN Disaster Relief Fund

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YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE: DONATE TODAY!

National Nurses United and the Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN) work to send nurses to disaster stricken areas both inside the U.S. and internationally. Please visit the secure donation form and share it with friends to ensure that RNs are there to help when needed most.

To donate by mail: Make checks payable to CNF/RNRN and mail them to: CNF/RNRN, 2000 Franklin St. Oakland, CA 94612.

RNRN is a project of the NNU and the California Nurses Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Donations are secure, and tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

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OTHER WAYS TO HELP!

RNRN Teams Bring Much Needed Relief to the Philippines

RNRN Disaster Relief for the Philippines Typhoon victims in the Philippines RNRN Volunteer

RNRN is sending rotating teams to the Philippines as part of our Haiyan/Yolanda relief efforts. The super typhoon left unimaginable damage, and our RNRN volunteers answered the call to be there when needed. The first three teams have cared for over 1,400 patients, and we are continuing our commitment, in the RNRN tradition, of deploying regular, rotating teams of RNs over an extended time frame to meet the long term needs.

We thank each and every volunteer for being willing and able to respond. RNRN will be contacting standby volunteers as details are confirmed.

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About RNRN:

RNRN is a project of the NNU and the California Nurses Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

The Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN), a project of the 185,000-member National Nurses United, works to send nurses to disaster stricken areas both inside the U.S. and internationally. RNRN was formed in 2004 in the aftermath of the South Asia tsunami in 2004, when the need for nurses was not being met by traditional disaster relief organizations. Since that time RNRN has sent hundreds of direct-care nurse volunteers to assist following Hurricane Katrina, the massive earthquake in Haiti, and Hurricane Sandy.

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