Lincoln Financial Foundation Supports American Red Cross “Nurse Training Program” With $20K Grant

Graduates through the years have benefitted from Lincoln Financial Foundation’s generosity.


Concord, NH. – Wednesday, January 31, 2018 – Thanks to a longstanding and generous partnership, the American Red Cross has received a $20,000 grant from Lincoln Financial Foundation that will provide 18 scholarships to students in the Nurse Assistant Training program in New Hampshire.


For each of the last four years, Lincoln Financial has supported this valuable program that helps New Hampshire residents get a new start in a career in medicine. This continued support illustrates Lincoln Financial’s dedication to helping local students further themselves and grow in their vocations.


With over 20 years of experience training both Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNA) and LNA instructors in New Hampshire, the American Red Cross Nursing Assistant Training program is approved by the New Hampshire Board of Nursing and the New Hampshire Department of Education Post-Secondary Commission. The Red Cross training program is highly competitive and graduates have a 95% pass rate on the state licensing exam.


Lincoln Financial Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Lincoln Financial Group, believes in empowering people to live greater lives, which advances culture and empowers greater positive change. Its grant is part of Lincoln Financial’s annual $10 million investment in its local communities’ youth education, economic and workforce development, human well-being, and arts programs.



About Lincoln Financial Foundation:

The Lincoln Financial Foundation, established in 1962, is a nonprofit organization formed and supported by Lincoln Financial Group. Under the Foundation guidelines, grants are made in the areas of arts, education, human services and economic / workforce development.

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