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Faith Community Nurse Network of the Greater Twin Cities

The mission of the Faith Community Nurse Network is to champion faith community nursing thrugh education, program and professional development, networking, advocacy, and research.

Mission Statement
Review Completed: 12/5/2011
475 Cleveland Avenue North
Suite 205
St. Paul, MN 55104
Phone: 651.204.0904
Fax: 651.204.0932
Other Names Used Faith Community Nurse Network
EIN 20-2562054
Principal Staff Wanda Alexander, Treasurer
General Information
Board Chair Bob Olander
Number of Board Members 8
Board meetings with quorum 7
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 7.43
Publicly Available Documents Most Recent 990
We provided faith community nurses with four professional nursing education workshops, each valued at 3.6 CEUs. Each free workshop was attended by an average of 98 faith community nurses. We began ofering the "Foundations of Faith Community Nursing" course led by Master's and doctorally prepared faith community nures. A total of 22 RNs completed the course in 2010; 7 received scholarships and launched new FCN programs in their congregations. We awarded $1,000 mental health grants to nine faith community nurses to conduct projects in their congregations. Communicated via email list with more than 400 faith community nurses in the Metro area who serve in 235 congregations of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic faiths. FCNs in the Twin Cities donate more than 75,000 hours of professional service each year - gift valued at $2,625,000.
Current Goals
Our goals are to champion faith community nursing by: 1. Providing professional nursing education workshops, seminars and courses to enhance and increase faith community nursing practice; 2. Developing programs and project opportunities to increase FCN services in economically & culturally diverse communities; 3. Connecting faith cmmunity nurses to community resources and services; 4. Facilitating communicaions ad networking among faithcomunity nurses; 5. Nurturing and sustaining faith community nursing leaders and mentors; and 6. Promoting faith community nurses as a vital public health resource.
Community or Constituency Served
Faith community nurses, congregations, RNs, general public
Geographic Area Served
Greater Twin Cities metropolitan area
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $26,556 90.4%
Management: $2,823 9.6%
Fundraising: $0 %

Unrestricted Net Assets

2010 2009 2008
End of Year: $61,989 $26,701 $9,100
Beginning of Year $26,701 $9,100 $8,245
Difference $35,288 $17,601 $855
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $61,989
Based on information provided on 2008 to 2010
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