Support an IU Life Saver Today!

Support an IU Life Saver Today!

IU School of Nursing - Bloomington

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Goal: $5,000

From Indiana University Foundation:

Our nursing program is one of the most demanding on campus, as our students learn the skills they need to help save lives! But there are times when our student nurses could use a helping hand ...

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We attract top-notch students, and we want to give them the best education possible. Financial assistance for these students is the biggest reason that – this IU Day – we're asking for your help.

Our student nurses have expenses other students don't have – like paying for scrubs, stethoscopes and other special equipment, flu shots, TB tests, and licensing fees. Add these expenses to the tuition and fees they're already paying, and there may be times when our student nurses – and their families – feel like they're barely keeping their heads above water!

We want to relieve the financial burden on our students by raising money for families who need help paying these additional expenses. We're asking for a suggested donation of $25. But your gift – of any size – will make it possible for our students to continue on their life-saving mission of providing quality care to families here in Indiana and beyond … making you a real life saver too!

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Gifts will be administered by the Indiana University Foundation, which represents Indiana University, including the IU School of Medicine. This is not a gift to Indiana University Health, and the Indiana University Health Foundation will not play a role in administering these accounts.