How JNESO Nurses Give Back

 
Our members volunteer throughout the year holding backpack and school supply drives, collecting clothing and food, staffing soup kitchens, participating in health fairs, and working with many local churches and community organizations. Many also travel outside our borders to assist the victims of natural disasters and to provide health services for people in third-world countries.
— Thurese Calhoun, JNESO Community Organizer

Guyana Medical Mission

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Visiting remote clinics in Guyana to treat people who have little access to health care and medicine.  

Waves of Health Medical Mission

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Bringing health care, education and medicine to those who need it most in the Dominican Republic.

Girls On the Run - Pocono

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Collecting shoes to empower young women in a local after school program.

 

Angel Tree - Essex County

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Making the holidays special for families in Essex County.  

Bike MS - City to Shore

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Raising money to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis a mile at a time.

Convoy of Hope

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Building houses after the hurricane in Puerto Rico. 


JNESO as an organization has been supporting and standing by nurses for more than 60 years. We provide opportunities for education, training and advocate to make sure our nurses are safe on the job and can provide the best care possible for their patients. We are proud to be able to give back to the communities where we work and serve.
— Douglas Placa, Executive Director of JNESO