CNF Covid-19 Fund for Nurses

CNF Launches Covid-19 Fund in Support of Nurses Across Canada

This pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges to all of us. Nurses and health care providers across the country are at the front lines keeping our families, friends and communities safe. Their tireless efforts in this ever-changing battle against Covid-19 is crucial.

The Canadian Nurses Foundation (CNF) is launching the COVID-19 Fund for Nurses which will

  • Support Nurses TODAY
  • Provide mental health support for nurses during this COVID-19 pandemic
  • Help provide nurses with the evidence, skills and training they need to better navigate COVID-19
  • Develop and share best practices for future pandemics
  • Explore and support new research in critical care and pandemic response

CNF thanks our nurse heroes risking their own health and their own lives on the front lines of a war we must win.


How You Can Support Nurses Today


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Nursing The Future Supported by CNF's Covid-19 Fund for Nurses (1)

Nursing the Future – The Canadian Nurses Foundation & Canadian Nurses Association have come together to help create a network of information and social connection for future and newly graduated nurses transitioning into professional practice roles for the first time. Learn more about Nursing the Future here!



Most Recent

May 15, 2020 – CNF’s CEO, Christine Rieck Buckley, discuss the Thank a Nurse Campaign and our COVID-19 Fund for Nurses on Rogers Breakfast Television here

Click here to check out other media relevant to the fund!

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 Community Partnerships

CNF has partnered with Pandora, MedSupplier, MudHero, Fund Duel, Canada Protection plan, Elite Tax Service, Wear it Forward, Pika & Bear, Aramark, Canadian Safety Signs, and honibe in support of the fund. Click here to learn more.


We thank all Canadians for their gratitude, appreciation and support of nurses confronting a pandemic which demands they go above and beyond the call of duty every day.

With your help, CNF is continuing to invest in nurses during these unprecedented times.

Let’s do our part!

For further information, contact:

Annette Martin
Director of Development, CNF