IACRN's 12th Annual Conference
GRATITUDE GRAMS FUNDRAISER
As a way of celebrating the commitment and passion of CRN’s across the world please help support our conference fundraiser
WHAT: A Gratitude Gram (see example) is a digital message of gratitude sent to someone special. All Gratitude Grams will be displayed during the breaks at our virtual conference and shared on our website and Twitter page. If you can’t attend, you can still be a part this event by purchasing a Gratitude Gram.
WHO: You can send a Gratitude Gram to anyone! Whether it’s a co-worker who has supported you, a mentor who has inspired you or a friend who has been kind in your time of need. Expressing gratitude is a great way to let someone special know you appreciate them or send words of encouragement!
HOW: Just click below to purchase your Gratitude Gram. Once your order is complete you will receive a powerpoint template to insert your text and/or picture of the person, if you wish. Save your completed template and email it back to us at: email@example.com with the subject line: Gratitude Gram.
COST: $10 for one Gram or $15 for two Grams. All proceeds raised will help support IACRN’s operational costs and initiatives aligned with our mission to advance clinical research nursing as a specialty practice and to support the professional development of registered nurses who directly or indirectly impact the care of clinical research participants across all clinical specialties.
Not sure what to say? Here are some ideas:
“Thank you for being an amazing clinical research nurse. Our team appreciates all that you do.”
“Your passion for our research patients’ health is appreciated every day. Thank you for all you do.”
“You go above and beyond to ensure the quality of research data, maintain protocol integrity, and monitor safety of our research participants.Thank you!”
“You are a valued member of our team. Thank you for being the amazing clinical research nurse you are!”
“Thanks for all the advice you gave me when I first started in this role. It really helped me be a better CRN!”