The Nightingale Fellowship is a registered charity for the sole benefit of its members. The membership comprises nurses and midwives who studied at the Nightingale Training School at St Thomas’ Hospital, in London, founded by Florence Nightingale in 1860. Other members comprise graduates from the successor training schools. Members in need can apply for support from the substantial Benevolent Fund. Members also enjoy fellowship with former colleagues at organised events in London, across the UK and worldwide.

The Nightingale Fellowship AGM 2024 – 11th May 2024

A recording of the Chapel Service will be available shortly on our News & Events page

The AGM Minutes will be available in this year’s Journal, as usual.

 The Nightingale Fellowship AGM 2025

Saturday 10th May 2025

Details will be available in the 2024 Journal due out in August 2024   

 

THE NIGHTINGALE FELLOWSHIP

Annual Journal 2024

It’s that time of year again and we are calling on all members for contributions to this year’s final Journal!!! 

We are eager to receive articles/memories of nursing days, together with photographs if you can, but other topics will also be keenly welcomed. 

The guideline of no more than 400 words (but can be less) per article should be adhered to and submitted please by 30th April 2024.

We are looking forward to hearing from you. THANK YOU.

Closure Notice 

The Trustees of The Nightingale Fellowship have taken the difficult decision to close the Fellowship in 2025. 

A list of FAQs can be found on the About Us page, which may address some of your questions. 

FAQ’S | The Nightingale Fellowship

BADGE BOX NEWS

Unfortunately, the badge boxes have again sold out.    

Benevolent Fund news

Following the agreed Benevolent Fund changes for the relief, by monetary grants, provided to full members of the Nightingale Fellowship who are in need through hardship, distress, or ill health, the Nightingale Fellowship will now be working in partnership with Cavell Nurses’ Trust.

Cavell Nurses’ Trust will now administer, assess and deliver the benevolence function on behalf of The Nightingale Fellowship. The benevolence funds will still be fully managed by the Trustees.

Full details of eligibility and how to apply are given on the Grants page of this website.