How to apply for financial help
The QNI will consider applications from registered nurses in financial need, who work or have worked in the community for a minimum of three years. ‘Community’ is defined as working outside hospital settings, for example:
- Queen’s Nurses
- District Nurses
- Practice Nurses
- Health Visitors
- Community Midwives
- Community Psychiatric Nurses
- Community Children’s Nurses
- Other registered nurses who have worked with patients in the community.
What kind of help can we give?
We will consider almost any request, but help is usually given, for example, with the provision of essential household items, building repairs or adaptations, respite care, specialist equipment such as walk-in baths, stair lifts, electric wheelchairs and amenity bills. In certain cases, the QNI may make regular quarterly payments to clients.
We will also consider applications requesting help from nurses in the community who need some financial assistance at crucial times to help them remain in the profession.
We regret that we cannot help with:
- Residential or nursing home fees
- Cost of medical treatment
- Funeral expenses.
Making an application
To make an application please download and submit the application form.
When you have completed it, please return to Joanne Moorby, Welfare and Grants Officer, The Queen’s Nursing Institute, 1A Henrietta Place, London W1G 0LZ.
Please note, you will also need to send a copy of your latest bank statement, and a copy of a utility bill too.
If, however, you would like to discuss matters first, please email or call Joanne on 0207 549 1405.
Please also make sure you have read the eligibility criteria first.
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