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Helping Nurses. Changing Lives.

To better serve you, we are pleased to announce that the application process is now web-based (paper applications are no longer accepted). To begin your application, please click here (note: you will be connected to a third-party site). For more information about our scholarship program, please visit our scholarship information page or contact us, for further clarification.

The Selection Committee has carefully reviewed all submissions and is pleased to announce the winners for the Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards. Click here for a PDF of all winners. Many thanks to all participants for nominating our outstanding Texas nurses! Please reserve your table(s) and join us in celebrating our Texas nurses at the EIN Awards luncheon on September 8th.

The Trustees of the Good Samaritan Foundation, along with Ruthie and Adam Miller, hosted the 28th Annual Pearl Ball Gala on February 25th at River Oaks Country Club. Culture Map’s Shelby Hodges writes about this glamorous and magical night that raised funds for nurse scholarships. Photos from this magical event can be seen here.

In 1951, Reverend Clyde J. Verheyden, founded what is now known as Good Samaritan Foundation. Since its inception, Good Samaritan Foundation has been focused on one ongoing mission: to increase the number of highly-trained and dedicated nurses “at the bedside” of Texas patients. Building a stronger nurse workforce in Texas consists of attracting men and women to the nursing profession and providing financial resources to become the best educated and most skilled caregivers in the world. Learn more about us