Discuss: Katrina Disaster Relief Donations from allnurses.com - page 3
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- 0Sep 13, '05 by stevieraeQuote from twotrees2You might ask your local Red Cross chapter if they can do "fast track" training--it's one day. I am going tomorrow to mine--they are having it every single day (that is, fast track classes) so that people can have a choice of what day to come in. The all day training at my Red Cross chapter will be from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.--then I will be good to go wherever they need me.they arent even having the training till nov!!! i know this is silly - no reason one cant get on it - and the wait for 1 yr is rediculous and have emailed the white house and oreilly - lol not that anything will happen lol.
- 0Sep 13, '05 by pickledpepperRNAnother opportunity to help.
Disaster Relief Volunteer and Donation Information:
The California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee is working around the clock to send nurses to areas devastated by Hurricane Katrina, and we need your help!
Recognizing the urgency of the situation, CNA/NNOC quickly recruited and sent the first three delegations of nearly 100 RNs to Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. Hundreds more are signing up each day and we want to answer the calls for help by sending them all.
Nurses from across the country converge on storm-ravaged Mississippi coast
By Nancy Bosarge, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Blog by Katrina volunteer RN
Several groups of California nurses left from airports in San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento on Tuesday morning.
Full Story: California Nurses Head To Gulf Coast To Treat Hurricane VictimsLast edit by pickledpepperRN on Sep 13, '05