ABOUT NAJ (UK)

The Nurses Association of Jamaica (UK) is a non-profit making charitable organisation founded in 1978 by a small group of nurses whose vision was to provide support, advice and guidance to the new recruits coming to the UK from Jamaica.

MEMBERSHIP

Our membership is diverse and is drawn from Nursing, Midwifery, Health visiting, allied professionals and those who support the organisations' objectives. There is an annual subscription of £30. Student subscription is £10, all fees are paid in January of each year. These fees are reviewed and agreed annually at the Annual General Meeting. Membership is open to individuals over 18 years old who are interested in furthering the objectives of the Charity.

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BENEFITS & OPPORTUNITIES

The benefits include receiving support, advice and guidance relating to education, professional and personal issues. NAJ (UK) also provide mentoring and coaching to support development. We promote participation in seminars, conference debates on social health and professional issues. We also encourage networking, sharing knowledge and expertise across diverse communities. There are opportunities to apply for grants and bursuries to assist in members' educational development while providing a social forum for friendship and support.

MEETINGS

Our Constitution sets out how the Nurses Association of Jamaica (UK) a charitable organisation will be governed. NAJ (UK) will work with members, trustees, patrons and partners to achieve its charitable aims and objects for public benefit. In order to raise funds to advance the objects of NAJ (UK), sponsorship will be sought.

The NAJ (UK) Board

NAJ (UK) is managed by Trustees, a President and an elected Executive Committee nominated by members from each branch. Charitable status was gained in 1998.

Trustees

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Charmaine Case - President
Paulette Lewis MBE - Public Relations Office and Finance Advisor
Lorna Grant - Executive Treasurer
Sherill Gregory - Executive Secretary
Dorothy Turner - Founder Member

Executive Committee

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Annette Wallace
Pearline Simon
Margaret Moore
Charmaine Case
Paulette Lewis MBE
Sherill Gregory
Lyrell McNish
Dorothy Turner

The Patrons

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The Jamaica High Commission
Dame Karlene Davis DBD
Reverend Richard Clarke
George Ruddock (Jamaica Gleaner & Voice Group UK)
Professor Tony Leiba
Paulette Simpson (Jamaica National Building Society)
Dr Bishop Joe Aldred
Professor Laura Serrant

"As one of the nine founding members it is a privilege to have shared in a vision to start NAJ (UK) in 1978, which has helped nurses, charities and individuals locally, nationally and internationally"

 

UP COMING EVENTS

We hope you can join us in celebrating our 40th anniversary. Please feel free to contact us for further information.

Annual Concert

Venue:
Bishop Thomas Grant Secondary School
Belltrees Grove
Streatham SW16 2AL

Doors open 5:30pm
Show begins 6:00pm - 10:00pm

(Buses 417 & 249)

Thanks Giving Service

Further information coming soon

Gala Dinner and Dance

Venue: Wandsworth Town Hall
Wandsworth High Street
London SW18 2PU

Time:
6:00pm Reception drinks
8:00pm Dinner

Raffle tickets now available with prizes donated by The Victoria Mutual Building Society


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Contact

NAJ (UK)

London Branch

Chair: Pearline Simon

info@naj.org.uk

Birmingham Branch

Deputy Chair: Cynthia Dixon

info@naj.org.uk

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