Jean Mahoney Bursary
In 1995, the Jean Mahoney Bursary was established by the Saskatchewan Nurses Foundation (SNF) in recognition of Jean's years of dedicated service and support to SNF. The bursary is awarded annually to a registered nurse, who must be a member of SNF, who is enrolled in a masters, or doctoral program.
This bursary was originally established by the Saskatchewan Nurses Foundation in 1987 to recognize the vision of both Hester Kernen and Louise Miner in urging donations to be made to the Saskatchewan Nurses Foundation in lieu of gifts for their respective retirements in 1980. Hester Kernen was the Dean of the College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan. Louise Miner was the Director of Public Health Nursing for Saskatchewan. Ms Miner received the Jeanne Mance award, the highest recognition of nursing achievement that the Canadian Nurses Assocaiton (CNA) offers,in 1994. Both women were granted SRNA life memberships in 1982. This bursary is awarded to a registered nurse who is enrolled in a masters or PhD program with a focus in public health or a related public health field. The recipient must be a member of SNF.
Regina Grey Nuns Hospital Nurses Alumnae Bursary
This bursary was initially established by a grant from the Regina Grey Nuns Hospital Nurses Alumae and continues to be supported by donations from Alumnae and others. It is awarded to a registered nurse enrolled in a recognized nursing degree program. Preference is given to a graduate of the Regina Grey Nuns Hospital School of Nursing.
Saskatoon City Hospital Nurses Alumnae Bursary
This bursary was initially established by a grant from the Saskatoon City Hospital Nurses Alumnae and continues to be supported by donations from Alumnae and others. It was given for the first time in 1999. Preference is given to a graduate of the Saskatoon City Hospital School of Nursing.
SRNA Registered Nurse (Nurse Practitioner) Award
This bursary is awarded to any Saskatchewan registered nurse who is pursuing approved/recognized education related to advanced practice, primarily nurse practitioner. Recipients must be a member of SNF and have been active in Association activities
Walker Mireau Bursary
The Walker Mireau bursary is being established by the Saskatchewan Nurses Foundation in recognition of Roberta Mireau's dedicated service, commitment and support of nursing and SNF. The Saskatchewan Nurses Foundation was one of Roberta's favorite charities. Her continuing support of SNF was a reflection of her keen interest in, and promotion of, education in all its facets and in all spheres of nursing, throughout her career. Most of her nursing career was pursued in Saskatchewan where she was employed at the School of Nursing at the Regina General Hospital, at the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association, and at the Plains Health Centre in Regina. Her commitment to nursing was further manifested in her dedicated service to the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association, including serving as President of the Association.
Friends and colleagues of Roberta are striving to increase funding for the bursary so that it may be granted annually for many years. Those wishing to support this endeavor are invited to make a donation in support of the Walker Mireau Bursary. All contributions are used to support the bursary.
Donations may be made online and specified to the Walker Mireau Bursary fund. Donations may also be made by mail. Please make cheques payable to SNF and indicate that the funds are to be directed to the Walker Mireau bursary fund.