Since NFTN’s incorporation in the state of Georgia (in August of 2008) and earning its tax-exemption status in February 2009, Nurses for the Nations, Inc. (NFTN) has accomplished a great deal with moderate financial resources. The reason for this is NFTN’s capacity to stretch donated dollars and convert them into ‘volunteer’ hours and services by helping people help themselves.
By our example as an organization, we hope to show the people we serve that we are good stewards of the contributions from the public who support us.
As a result, since our incorporation and federal tax-exemption, NFTN has been able to use every dollar to make it work for the poor and has leveraged over $128,000 in total cash contributions 2008–2012. We believe we can leverage future contributions sought for service outreach projects in the same way. The dual success of NFTN relies on the passion of individuals who volunteer for us and the financial and spiritual support of our Churches and the public.
Monetary Contributions Provide:
- International medical assessments
- Medical supplies and treatments
- Testing kits
- Teaching tools
- Environmental tools for the poor
- Air travel for our medical teams
- Donations to our international partners for food, transportation in the villages
- Money for in-country nurses to provide nursing care and treatments in the remote villages we serve
- Children’s orphanage for food and clothing
- Shipped medications and supplies abroad to our partners exclusive of medical trips
In-Kind Contributions Provide:
- United States nursing and medical volunteers with testing, treating, training and teaching: all our direct services are free locally and internationally
- Board of Director volunteer time with service programs and BOD governance meetings
- Board of Advisory time with consultation
- BOD Annual Retreats 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
- International Volunteer efforts from our partners in Liberia, the CRCA (Christian Revival Church Association), Ecuador with ‘Helping Hands across Ecuador,’ New Jerusalem Ministry in Haiti (the CRC – Christian Revival Church), ADTM in Zimbabwe, Rwanda Missions and Haiti missions serving together to address serious health issues, poverty, lack of access to medical care, education and training
2016-Shortened form submitted to the IRS
Note: In-kind contributions are volunteer hours equated into cash value; no money is exchanged. 990’s are Federal Government Return (Public Information). Independent Audit examination will be conducted with total revenues exceeding $150,000.00 dollar amounts in two consecutive given annual years of revenue.