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Donate a Photo to Help Send Students to Nursing School

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The current Donate a Photo cause for student nurses runs through July 1, 2016. It’s easy to donate – just download the Donate a Photo app, pick the student nurse cause and donate your photo! You can donate one photo per day.

Only one more day to share your photos to help support a student nursing scholarship! Did you know that through Donate a Photo, an app from Johnson & Johnson, you can help the causes you care about by simply sharing your photos? For every photo you share to the student nurse cause on the app, Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 to the Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association (FNSNA) nursing scholarships. That $1 will go toward 50 nursing school scholarships. For every 1,000 photos donated, a student will get awarded a $1,000 scholarship for nursing school.

We’re pleased to report that so far, since 2014 alone, Johnson & Johnson has donated more than $90,000 toward nursing scholarships through the Donate a Photo program. It’s not too late to donate a photo! The current Donate a Photo cause for student nurses runs through July 1, 2016. It’s easy to donate – just download the Donate a Photo app, pick the student nurse cause and donate your photo! You can donate one photo per day. 

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Donate a Photo promo with a young female nurse smiling in scrubs


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