Please join the Colorado Council of Black Nurses Inc. as we congratulate our newest scholarship recipients, celebrate the achievements of our continuing scholars, and cogitate on the triumphs of local heroines of the Nursing profession at the 2020 CCBN Scholarship Soiree!
Please support our future nurses who willingly put their lives on the line for the health of our nation despite adverse conditions shaped by the plague of inherent biases and inequities.
Raise a glass to toast their courage to be role models for our future generations. Then gather your family and enjoy your favorite popcorn, grab your favorite beverage, and view this family friendly, web-based event on a screen of your choice right from the comforts of your home. After all, admission is FREE.
With multiple ways to support our Scholars and those pursuing the profession of nursing, please take advantage of opportunities to donate to the Scholarship Program before, during, and after this essential fundraising event.
100% of the proceeds from this event go toward scholarships and grants that go directly to students to assist them in successfully graduating from Nursing and Nurse Pathway programs.
Thank and/or recognize CCBN Scholars through congratulatory ads for their courageous choice to pursue the profession of nursing, send a “Shout Out” word of encouragement to one or all of the Scholars, or even get info out about how your institution, facility, organization, or business supports the profession of Nursing.
Match COSI's Match. The Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI) of the Colorado Department of Higher Education will match $4,500 of funds raised for the Scholars! Click HERE to go to the pledge page to make a one time $4,500 gift or gather like minded groups to pool together to meet the $4,500 pledge.
If you are the competitive type or just like shopping for unique items, get in the spirit of competition at the SILENT AUCTION and score great gifts.
Remember, entry is free, so invite friends & family, and those you feel would benefit from learning about health equity from a cultural perspective.
In this time of COVID-19 and racial unrest fueled by injustice, a little inspiration and a break from devastation is "just what the doctor ordered."