The NFAA Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding, promoting and perpetuating the sport of archery. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 Public Charitable Foundation and all donations meet the IRS requirements as charitable donations.
In 2013 the NFAA Foundation, in conjunction with Easton Foundations, awarded over $20,000 in scholarships to 14 student archers from across the United States. The NFAA Foundation excepts donations from both individuals and companies to fund the scholarship program. Robert Romero, Easton Foundations, states, “In order to grow the sport of archery, we need to encourage and support our youth archers. Awarding our best archers and student athletes will allow them to focus on their education while competing and training in archery. I encourage everyone to make a donation to the Easton/NFAA Foundation Scholarship Program.”
The NFAA Foundation has also begun extensive work on the NFAA Museum. The finished Museum will open to the public July 2014 in conjunction with the NFAA Outdoor Nationals at NFAA Headquarters in Yankton, SD. The Museum will showcase historical bows, archery equipment and archery related artifacts collected throughout the NFAA's 75 year history. The opening of the Museum will be part of the NFAA's 75th Anniversary celebration.
One winner will be chosen on August 9, 2014 at the IFAA World Field Archery Championships. The winner will choose 1 of the 3 offered prizes.