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 2022
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A NEW INVITATION HAS ARRIVED! PLEASE GO TO THE NEWS & EVENTS PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS OF THE EVENT
AGM and Chapel Service 14th May 2022
The AGM and Chapel Service took place at St. Thomas’ Hospital on Saturday 14th May 2022 and was attended by the current Nightingale Fellowship Trustees, Past Presidents, Vice Presidents, and Honorary Vice Presidents only. Members were asked to respect this decision to avoid embarrassment or disappointment on the day.
A link to the service is now available on the Members only section of this website. We do hope you enjoy watching it
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.