Dolphins for Nurses Campaign  

During the month leading up to National Nurses Week, April 12- May 12, nurses and nurse groups are invited to host a fundraiser for Nurses House by offering $1, $5 and $10 dolphin cards in exchange for donations.

This campaign can be easily incorporated into existing Nurses Week events. Individuals and teams can also create thier own fundraising page through the Nurses House website.

To learn more, or for a fundraising packet to share with your Nurses Week Coordinator/Committee, contact Stephanie Dague at 518-456-7858 x127 or   




Nurses House Dolphin Award

The Dolphin Award is an annual award given in December by Nurses House to honor an individual or group having made a substantial impact on our mission and the population to which we are dedicated.


The 2017 Dolphin Award will go to Cathryne Welch, EdD, RN. The event will be held on December 2 from 6-8pm at the Century House in Latham, NY. Please click here to sponsor, make a donation, or purchase a ticket for the event.


Past Award Recipients Include:

2016 - Robert V. Peimonte, EdD, RN, CAE, FAAN

2015 - Glennie Millard, BSN, RN

2014 - Karen Ballard, MA, RN, FAAN

2013 - Cynthia Lydford, MA, RN

2012 - The Alumnae Association of Prospect Heights Hospital

2011 - Claire F. Murray, MS, RN

2010 - The New York State Nurses Association

2009 - Maimonides Medical Center

2008 - Diana J. Mason, RN, Phd, FAAN

2007 - The Foundation of the Alumnae Association of Mt. Sinai School of Nursing



Other Ways you Can Help


Corporate Matches

If you are planning to make a donation, make sure to check with your employer to see if they have a charitable match program, because one donation is good, but two is even better! 



A charitable bequest is a distibution from an estate to a charitable organization through your last will and testament. Charitable bequests are a meaningful way to carry on one's legacy. If you think there may me additional funds left, after your family's needs have been met, we hope you will consider making a gift to Nurses House to continue helping nurses in need. If you wish to make a bequest to Nurses House, all it takes is a call to your attorney to add Nurses House as a beneficiary in your will.