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To honor Judy’s wish to continue to further emergency nursing education and to keep her legacy alive, the ENA Foundation created the Judith C. Kelleher Memorial Endowment. Starting in 2014, the ENA Foundation will begin giving the Judith C. Kelleher educational scholarship each year in perpetuity.
According to her loved ones and friends, Karen (1959-1997) was described as a tireless emergency nurse and exemplary educator. Arming herself with knowledge, she was always diligent in furthering her education. With this in mind, her nursing friends and family, wish to honor her memory and her life by creating the Karen O’Neil Memorial Endowment.
September 11, 2001, is a day that New York and the world will never forget. The United Stated was attacked by terrorists. Creating caring colleagues from painful memories, the New York ENA State Council created the NYENA 9/11 scholarship with the ENA Foundation. In 2002, they established the New York ENA September 11th Endowment in perpetuity ensuring that we Never Forget.
Gifts to the ENA Foundation Pave the Way Campaign help support the Mission of the ENA Foundation by providing support for academic scholarship awarded to emergency nurses. Donors will create a personalized 4x8 brick paver that will be placed in the outdoor path area of ENA’s new National Headquarters!
Gifts to the ENA Foundation Pave the Way Campaign help support the Mission of the ENA Foundation by providing support for academic scholarship awarded to emergency nurses. Donors will create a personalized 8x8 brick paver that will be placed in the outdoor path area of ENA’s new National Headquarters!
Richard Wynkoop Sr. (1948 - 2015) together with his wife of 35 years, Jackie Taylor-Wynkoop, shared a passion for emergency nursing. Together with their combined love for emergency nursing a permanent endowment has been established in memory of Richard Wynkoop to support emergency nurses and make a difference in the years to come.