The Mission and Vision of the National Pharmaceutical Association Foundation

The mission of the NPhA Foundation is to support the activities of NPhA and its affiliates.

The NPhA Foundation will be the recognized leader in providing financial support of educational opportunities, practice innovations, and research projects for health initiatives impacting minority and disadvantaged patients

Values

Integrity

Model and support behaviors that promote ethics, public trust, and the image of the profession of pharmacy. Goal: Promote Ethics and Public Trust

Collaboration

Partner with other organizations and professions to provide quality healthcare to under-served populations. Goal: Identify and Administer Research Projects

Innovation

Develop and utilize new technology to support growth strategies for the profession and practice of pharmacy. Goal: Foster Practice Innovations

Leadership

Serve as role models for present and future generations of pharmacists. Goal: Serve as Role Models

Financial Mastery

Develop financial strategies for growth to support the Foundation’s mission and goals. Goal: Establish Endowments

Learning

Promote continuous learning and the pursuit of excellence among the members of NPhA/SNPhA. Goal: Support Educational Programs

Scholarships At Work

“It was truly an honor to receive this scholarship at the national conference.  My dedication to the organization as well as the community will continue to be a main priority during my academic and professional career.  Thanks to this scholarship, the financial burdens during my last year of pharmacy school are lessened.  Therefore, I am able to focus more on learning and providing optimal patient care. Again, thank you!”

– Brianne Parra

“I would like to give you my warm and grateful thank you for the generous book award.  It was a pleasant surprise to attend the national conference this past summer in Las Vegas with little to no expectation to be awarded a scholarship. However, to have my name called for a book award scholarship was an honor.”

– Sameerah Reed