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Donations are NOW being accepted for the
ENA Foundation 2014 Jewelry Auction


Donations are now being accepted for the 2014 ENA Foundation Jewelry Auction. Donations are accepted from individuals, chapters, state councils, local jewelers and more. If you would like to donate an item, please complete and return the Jewelry Auction Registration Form by September 15, 2014.

Proceeds from this auction support the ENA Foundation’s mission to provide educational scholarships and research grants in the discipline of emergency nursing. Please consider making a jewelry item donation or two. We can’t do it without you. 

How to Donate in Five Easy Steps: 

Shipping is not required. We ask all donors to please bring their donated pieces with them to the ENA Annual Conference in Indianapolis, IN. Jewelry is to be delivered to the ENA Foundation booth located in the registration area at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. The foundation booth will be open during regular registration hours. 
All jewelry must be received by 10:00 am on Thursday, October 9th.

Questions? Contact a member of the ENA Foundation Board of Trustees or ENA.Foundation@ena.org  
(847) 460-4100.


Thank You 2013 Donors and Bidders

The ENA Foundation Annual jewelry auction would not be possible without the generous support from those who donated items. Thanks to state councils, chapters and individuals like you, we increased the number of donated jewelry items to a record number of 210 pieces. Jewelry items were displayed from 40 State Councils, 10 Local Chapters, 54 individuals, and 6 companies/groups. Auction bidding was fast and furious until the very last second. The 2013 Jewelry Auction raised over $23,700 towards the ENA Foundation's mission to provide scholarships and research grants in the discipline of emergency nursing!

On behalf of the ENA Foundation Board of Trustees, we sincerely thank you for making yet another auction a huge success. Your continued support is greatly appreciated by many - today, tomorrow and for days to come.​​