My name is Kimberly Overton, I'm a Registered Nurse with a background in critical care, and I am also the founder of a newly formed 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Nurse Freedom Network. Our mission is advocating for Medical Freedom and Informed Consent for ALL. We are nurses empowering individuals through information, education, and advocacy. 

After working for the first year of the pandemic as an ICU nurse, I left the bedside when I became uncomfortable with the treatment protocols that were being used; specifically the Remdesivir, which has proven to be harmful and often times deadly to patients. I could not continue working in this setting, watching patients needlessly die, when I knew that there were safe, effective, affordable, re-purposed therapeutics available, but that hospitals were denying these life-saving medications to patients.

After leaving the bedside, I spent the next year working as a telephone triage nurse, and although I had been exempted from the mandates because I was considered a 100% work from home employee, I have just recently made the difficult decision to resign my position. In the absence of safety data, in addition to what I have personally witnessed in my own clinical experience, and with negligible risk, I could not in good conscience recommend the vaccination of otherwise healthy children, against a virus with a 99.9815% survival rate; this is not only absurd, but it should also be criminal. My employer wanted me to encourage these vaccines and tout them as being safe and effective, when we have found them to be anything but this. Although I did not have the financial provisions to do so, I have taken a giant leap of faith and decided to commit myself fully to this fight and to growing Nurse Freedom Network, so that we will be able to continue advocating and standing in the gap for the most vulnerable among us.

We are currently raising funds to assist in covering the expenses associated with growing and maintaining this newly formed, grassroots organization in our first year.

We are also reaching out to individuals and organizations who are like-minded and who are known to be champions for freedom, especially those with a broader public reach with the ability to help to elevate our message. We are also seeking sponsorship of our organization that will enable us to have the financial resources necessary to carry out our mission.

I am seeking only a nominal salary to replace the income I have lost which will allow me to continue to be committed to running this organization, which has quickly become a full-time job.

Your kind and generous donations will assist in giving us provisions to add administrative staff, cover costs of printing literature, publishing our website, organizing educational and community events, as well as advocating for marginalized populations, specifically the vaccine injured, so that we may offer these services to them free of charge.

As we continue to build on our mission at Nurse Freedom Network, we envision growth that will move beyond just advocacy alone; growth that will have our network of nurses and other healthcare professionals focused on wellness and prevention of disease, rather than just "managing" disease - Offense rather than defense.

Our ultimate goal will be to provide true, patient-centered care, offering guidance that will help our clients reach an optimal level of immune health and overall wellbeing. This will be our best defense against Covid-19 or any other virus we can expect to see in the future.

The care provided will be individualized because there are no "one-size-fits-all" scenarios in healthcare.

We aim to offer both nurses and patients alike FREEDOM from the oppressive nature of our existing, broken healthcare system. Nurses will enjoy opportunities to serve their patients and communities while earning income from their privately owned concierge nursing practice, and everyone will benefit from limiting the influence of insurance & pharmaceutical companies - Patients will find freedom from the often-devastating effects of polypharmacy and learn ways to improve their overall health & wellbeing.

At Nurse Freedom Network, we are also strong advocates for Early Outpatient Treatment in the fight against Covid-19, and we are working tirelessly to ensure that this option is one that will be easily accessible, affordable, and transparent to patients.

I appreciate your kind donations that assist us in furthering our mission, but most especially, I appreciate your prayers as I forge ahead on this uncertain path. Please email [email protected] to learn more.

Warm regards,
Kimberly Overton, BSN, RN

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Nurse Freedom Network

A 501(c)(3) Public Charity

EIN 87-3394295