We don’t think so, either.
The NCNA is a member-based organization, whose leadership is elected by the membership. That means your voice – and your support – really matters.
Tell the leaders of the NC Nurses Association to stop funding radical right-wing extremism in our legislature:
Trish Richardson, President: email@example.com
Tina Gordon, CEO: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manager of Political Engagement: email@example.com
Remember what Grandma said: honey catches more flies than vinegar. We ask that you be respectful and polite – but also firm – in your outreach to NCNA leaders.
And if the NCNA won’t pull their contributions to radical politicians, perhaps it’s time to pull your contributions to the NC Nurses PAC.
Remember: it’s your money. And the NCNA is your organization, too. With your help, the NCNA can reflect the values and ethical core that the organization models for itself. But only if nurses are informed, and speak up.