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It has been my distinct privilege to serve as president of the Foundation for the past two years. The members of the foundation board are a truly dedicated, hard-working group of individuals. In January 2020, Michael McGuire will become the next CPNP Foundation President. As I close my presidential year, I urge you to consider a donation to the CPNP Foundation when you are contemplating your end of the year giving. Please support the CPNP Foundation's goal of reaching $40,000 in annual donations. Read more.
Care has the power to make a life-changing impact on those affected by mental health conditions. Through our own words and actions, we can shift the social and systemic barriers that prevent people from building better lives. At CPNP 2020, the CPNP Foundation wants all attendees to show how #cpnpcares by helping the Dallas homeless. Read more.
Board members Matthew Fuller, BS, PharmD, FASHP, BCPP and Steve Saklad, PharmD, BCPP will be ending their terms on the CPNP Foundation Board at the close of 2019. Along with the other members of the Board, we thank them for their service and dedication to the CPNP Foundation. Read more.
The CPNP Foundation is proud to announce the continued funding of student registration and travel grants to CPNP’s Annual Meeting. Thanks to CPNP Foundation donors, the number of grants available for CPNP 2020 has increased to allow up to 25 students to attend the Annual Meeting April 26-29, 2020 in Dallas, Texas! The online application portal is open, and all applications are due January 15, 2020. To be eligible, a student applicant must be a full-time pharmacy student in pursuit of her/his first professional pharmacy degree, a paid student member of CPNP in good standing, and must not have previously received this grant. A full list of grant criteria can be found online. Read more.
The CPNP Foundation is proud to once again provide financial and logistical support to bring Mental Health First Aid to the CPNP 2020 Annual Meeting. The 8-hour course will be offered over two days, April 25-26, 2020, at the Hyatt Regency Dallas hotel. Attendance is limited to 60 participants. Following the training, participants will receive a certificate from Mental Health First Aid USA acknowledging certification which is valid for 3 years. Read more.
The CPNP Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the fourth annual Defining the Future Research Grant Awards. The CPNP Foundation was incredibly encouraged by all of the submissions from students, residents, and fellows who are working to improve the lives of people living with mental disorders and their caregivers. Thank you to everyone who applied and is doing this important research! Read more.
Thank you to everyone who donated, liked, commented, and shared our Facebook fundraiser for student grants to CPNP 2020! We raised $525 which is enough to cover one full grant!
If you do not already follow the CPNP Foundation on Facebook, please take a moment to like our page. We post Foundation news, updates, grant announcements, and more. We truly appreciate your support and hope you will support us in any way that you are able. Read more.
The holidays are almost here, and it’s time to start shopping! As you shop the sales on Amazon, consider first going to smile.amazon.com and setting the CPNP Foundation as your preferred nonprofit. You’ll find the exact same shopping experience as Amazon.com with the added bonus that Amazon Smile will donate a portion of your purchases to the CPNP Foundation. Read more.