Corporate Partnership Program

Why Become a Corporate Partner?

The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation (HPNF), a 501(c)(3) organization, supports members of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA) and certificants of the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC). HPNF invites corporate partners to join us in transforming the care and culture of serious illness.

The generous support of corporate partners enables these three strategically aligned corporations to advance six core strategies:

  • Ongoing evaluation and research into the educational needs of hospice and palliative professionals
  • The design of programs, courses, and curriculum to advance expert care in serious illness
  • Advancing research into best practices of hospice and palliative care
  • The development of nursing leadership programs at the local and national levels
  • Enhancing nursing competence through certification
  • Ongoing research into the correlation between nursing certification and patient outcomes

By becoming a Corporate Partner, your company will align itself with over 11,000 HPNA members which includes Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN), Generalist Nurses (RN), Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses (LP/VN), and Nursing Assistants (NA). These members are organized in a network of over 50 chapters throughout the United States. Also as a Corporate Partner, you are aligning with more than 18,000 HPCC Certificants who are credentialed by the only nursing organization to offer specialty certification for each level of the nursing team (APN; RN; Pediatric RN; LP/VN; NA; as well as the Hospice Administrator).

Benefactor Benefits and Investment

Annual investment is $25,000 minimum

  • Invitation to meet with CEO and Board leaders to share ideas and discuss partnership opportunities and potential collaboration
  • Communications with leadership on key issues
  • One complimentary subscription to Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing
  • Recognition on website, in annual report and in Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing
  • Recognition at association events
  • Receive association newsletter
  • Recognition badge for your exhibitors at HPNA Clinical Practice Forum

Download the Program Prospectus

Download the Benefactor Program Form

Patron Benefits and Investment

Annual investment is $10,000 minimum

  • Invitation to meet with CEO and Board leaders to share ideas and discuss partnership opportunities and potential collaboration
  • Recognition on website, in annual report and in Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing
  • Recognition at association events
  • Receive association newsletter
  • Recognition badge for your exhibitors at HPNA Clinical Practice Forum

Download the Program Prospectus

Download the Patron Program Form

Investor Benefits and Investment

Annual investment is $5,000 minimum

  • Recognition on website and in annual report
  • Recognition at association events
  • Receive association newsletter
  • Recognition badge for your exhibitors at HPNA Clinical Practice Forum

Download the Program Prospectus

Download the Investor Program Form

Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA)

HPNA is the national professional nursing association which represents the specialty of palliative nursing. HPNA’s membership includes over 11,500 hospice and palliative nurses, as well as other members of the interdisciplinary care team.

Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation (HPNF)

HPNF is a 501(c)(3) corporation which provides grants, awards and scholarships to support the professional development of hospice and palliative nurses, as well as other members of the team. In 2014, over 45 grants, awards and scholarships were provided. HPNF also supports initiatives that support education, research, competence and leadership.

Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC)

HPCC is the only national organization that offers specialty certification for all levels of the hospice and palliative care nursing team and administrators. There are over 18,000 certificants in hospice and palliative care.

Help Us Advance Expert Care in Serious Illness

Our goal is to transform the care and culture of serious illness, with a focus on closing the gap in what could be a critical shortage of hospice and palliative professionals needed to care for the aging Baby Boomer population.

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