Mission: To Inspire, Empower and Develop A Global Community of Future Nurses.
We are a unique 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization created to assist individuals within uncommon demographics such as single mothers, men in nursing, minorities that live in economically disadvantaged communities, and those that "feel uncommon" to pursue a career in nursing.
We are "Building" a community of nurses by providing a blueprint for success through impactful seminars, workshops, events, and books that students and nurses love!
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission for students in the USA and other continents to fulfill their dream of becoming registered nurses.
Together we can make a difference in healthcare!
Whether you help through monetary or "In-Kind" donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
My story is one that affects millions of women. The responsibility of growing up in an underserved community and not knowing how to survive is one that I endured. None of my teachers influenced my success, in fact I was told that I should become a secretary.
It was the nurses at Martin Luther King Hospital that prompted me to pursue nursing as a career. I would watch the miraculous work and clinical skills in the emergency room and the knowledge and strength of the nurses that saved the lives of many dying patients.
Becoming a single mother was not at all easy especially while in the nursing program but the battle was all worth the struggle. I remember having family to watch my daughter and studying long hours while working full time as a registration clerk.
There were times that I thought I would not make it but I had to become an example for my daughter as a demonstration of what hard work, education and completion
I decided to create a resource for nursing students in particular single mothers from underserved communities as a way to give back to the community that I know. I know the plight of being a hard working single mother and what it takes to become successful. I have also witnessed the struggle of single mothers experiencing homelessness because they are unable to afford rent.
Since becoming a registered nurse over 20 years age, I have achieved that goal but my mission has become even greater. Reaching 100,000 future nurses is my bigger purpose!
I believe everyone deserves a chance and success is even harder due to the obstacles of life. As the founder of The Nurses Pub, I encourage anyone needing a push to not give up! Giving up is not an option.
"Just keep going!" The Nurses Pub is here to help....
-Mona Clayton, MSN, RN, CEO
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Nursing Students in Ghana reading our books
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