Who We Are

The Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund is supporting nurses, midwives, and caregivers throughout their lives beginning when licensed or certified in healthcare specialties continuing through retirement. We give nurses the tools and resources to be resilient in their profession, personal lives, and to help out in their communities. 

The Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with fiscal sponsorship from Partnerships For Change. 

 

The Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund is committed to making a difference in the advancement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  Goals that impact the world in which nurses play a vital role: no poverty; no hunger; good health; quality education; gender equality; clean water and sanitation; renewable energy; good jobs & economic growth; innovation & infrastructure; reduced inequalities; sustainable cities & communities; responsible consumption: climate action; life below water; life on land; peace & justice; and partnerships for goals!

Nightingale 2030 Resilience Fund

What We Do

Emotional Support

Nurse to Nurse Insights

Nurse Influencers

24/7 Hotline Support

Mobile Resource Hub

Education Support

Advanced Skills

Advanced Degrees

Financial Astuteness

Specialization with Certifications

Community Support

Crisis Response

Staff Shortages

Assistance through Disasters

Resources for Help

Nurse Stories & Highlights

Lynne Mathews, RN

Chief Operating Officer at Health Advocacy Network

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Lynne Mathews's Nurse Story

Long Term Goals: Aligned with the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals

Make a Pledge

Nightingale Declaration For A Healthy World

“We—the nurses and concerned citizens of the global community—hereby dedicate ourselves to achieve a healthy world.


          We declare our willingness to unite in a program of action, to share information and solutions and improve health conditions for all humanity—locally, nationally and globally.


           We further resolve to adopt personal practices and to implement public policies in our communities and nations—making this goal achievable and inevitable—beginning today in our own lives, in the lives of our nations and in the world at large."

“Nurses touch billions of lives around the world each day through clinical expertise and finely-honed critical thinking skills.  Care, compassion and empathy define nursing and give humanity an unselfish and unique form of care when the kindness of human touch is most wanted.”

Patricia Donohoe