At the University of Utah College of Nursing, core values of excellence, innovation and integrity are the pillars of our work in the areas of research, education and practice. Our faculty invest their expertise within the walls of the College of Nursing—and beyond—on local, regional and national levels to drive advancements in nursing research, lead the preparation of tomorrow’s nurses, and create healthier communities through practice.
Their investments have us poised to change the face of health care as never before. The investments made by our donors will make this possible.
Throughout our history, we have relied on the generosity of like-minded friends, corporations and foundations, which endorse our core values of excellence, innovation and integrity and embrace the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. Now, as the nursing profession is being called on to serve in an even greater capacity, more than ever before, our donors are essential to furthering our work.
While larger gifts are instrumental in achieving our goals, gifts of all sizes are just as essential to the advancement of our mission. Every gift makes a difference in the growth of our cutting-edge research, support of our outstanding faculty and engagement of our bright students who will serve as tomorrow’s nurses and nurse leaders.
The reasons for making a gift are personal and varied. For some a contribution to the College of Nursing is an expression of gratitude for care received from a compassionate nursing professional. For others it represents a desire to establish a legacy for future generations to benefit from or to honor a loved one’s memory. Still others will enjoy the tax benefits of making a charitable contribution. We welcome the opportunity to learn more about your personal giving objectives and to partner with you to bring them to fruition.
All of us will eventually need a nurse’s care. Right now, nurses need you.
For information on these options and any other philanthropic questions you may have, please contact us:
Dinny Thayne Trabert
Senior Director for Advancement