The NFAA Foundation is a 501(c)3 Public Charity and all donations meet the IRS requirements as charitable donations. To make a large donation, please contact us at 605-260-9279 or email@example.com.
NFAA Scholarships were first awarded in 1990 to student athletes that compete in archery and excel in academic and intellectual achievement. The limitations of the original scholarship programs were resolved in 2009 with the creation of the joint NFAA/Easton Foundation Scholarship Program. “The Easton and NFAA Foundations share the goal to support student athletes that compete in archery. We believe these scholarships will help us to develop stronger college archery programs and strengthen future Olympic and World Championship Teams. By combining our respective Foundation programs, we can award more student scholarships, and increase the scholarship levels”, said Greg Easton, President Easton Foundations.
The 2009-11 scholarships were funded by an initial $150,000 grant from the Easton Foundation to the Easton-NFAA Foundation Scholarship Program. Future net revenue from the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Complex, plus scholarship donations from both individuals and companies will be held in an endowment account to fund the scholarships.
Scholarship applications, program requirements, and additional information are available on the NFAA website at www.nfaausa.com, or from the NFAA Headquarters, 800 Archery Lane, Yankton, SD 57078. For additional information contact Natalie Vollmer, NFAA Executive Secretary, at 605-260-9279 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NFAA Foundation Museum was officially opened to the public August 3, 2014 as part of the NFAA’s 75th Anniversary celebration at the NFAA Headquarters in Yankton, SD. The Museum showcases historical bows, archery equipment and archery related artifacts collected throughout the NFAA’s 75 year history.
A donation to the NFAAF Museum Fund will go towards preservation of the history of archery. This includes care and storage for the collection. Currently, a fundraiser is in progress to purchase museum software to electronically catalogue all items in the collection.
Bowhunter Education funds will be used to develop programs and grants to grow the sport of Bowhunting. Current programs include Explore Bowhunting and Explore Bowfishing in a partnership with the Archery Trade Association (ATA).