Click on any option below to learn how your church can get involved!
Join a Team
JOIN A MEDICAL, NURSING, DENTAL SERVICE TEAM
We invite any medical person(s) who has a heart to serve and wants to make a difference in the world to join us.
You Can Change Their Stories.
Our teams mirror the interdisciplinary teams that work together in hospitals here in the United States.
Our NFTN nurses and or designated leaders coordinate the service activities to the remote regions we serve in.
All medical personnel are welcome!
Start a Fundraiser
Anyone can launch a fundraiser event, host a special event, or jump-start a special project for Nurses for the Nations!
To get started, contact us. We will send you our fundraiser guidelines as a tax-exempt non-profit organization. Certain rules apply to our non-profit status.
Head a Committee
Head a Committee
Are you a nurse or medical organizer?
If you have served nationally or internationally, and want to help coordinate activities here in the States on one of our NFTN committees, contact us. In the subject field, type: I want To Head an NFTN Committee!
A representative from the organization will get back to you.
Start a Chapter
Start a NFTN Chapter
What are my next steps?
Launching your first NFTN State Chapter will require you to learn about the necessary process involved in beginning a local Chapter. NFTN will take you through the process one step at a time. The allotted time from start to finish will be approximately three months. This will include finalizing your officers, bylaws, dues, and community projects.
- Are 18 years of age and older
- Have a valid active nursing license in your state
- Have no history of misdemeanors, arrests, or convictions
- Have at least three years of acute care nursing experience
- Want to serve your local community needs through NFTN
- Want to be tapped into the latest international organizational service teams and news
Then you are the one! We’ve been waiting for you! Please contact us and we will get you started!
Lead a Service Team
If you want to lead a service team trip, click here.