The NASW Foundation (NASWF) is a charitable organization as defined by the IRS Code,
501(c)(3). Your contributions are tax-deductible. Gifts will be included on the NASW Foundation Partners and Donors page, and gifts of $100 or more will be acknowledged in NASW News.
National Funds and Programs
Use the links below to make an online contribution to these national funds and programs, or print this page and mail or fax to NASW Foundation at 750 First Street, NE, Suite 800,
Washington, DC 20002 or 202-336-8292. To make a gift by telephone, please call 202-336-8298.
NASW Foundation – your support helps us to enhance the well-being of individuals, families,
and communities through programs that strengthen the social work profession. Donate online.
Memorial & Tribute Fund – gifts to support NASW Foundation in honor of living individuals or in memory of deceased colleagues, mentors, friends or loved ones. Donate online.
The Social Work Disaster Assistance Fund: Helping Social Workers Help Others – gifts to provide financial assistance to social workers affected by disasters such as September 11, Hurricane Katrina, the Indonesian Tsunami, and the devastating earthquakes in Haiti in 2010, Japan in 2011 and the Ebola Crises.
To support other NASW Foundation Programs and Initiatives, print this page and mail or fax to
NASW Foundation at 750 First Street, NE, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20002 or 202-336-8292.To make a gift by telephone, please call 202-336-8298.
Scholarships and Fellowships Jane Aron Doctoral Fellowship Program - supports dissertation research in health care policy and practice. Eileen Blackey Doctoral Fellowship Program - supports dissertation research in welfare policy
and practice. Consuelo W. Gosnell Memorial MSW Scholarship – focus on American Indian/Alaska Native and Hispanic/Latino populations. Verne LaMarr Lyons Memorial MSW Scholarship – focus on the African American community. Diana Ming Chan Scholarship Fund - for California bilingual MSW students
Recognition and Awards Knee/Wittman Health/Mental Health Awards – recognition awards. Rhoda G. Sarnat Award Program – recognition award – public understanding of social work.
Advancing Social Work Ruth Fizdale Chapter Research Program – supports NASW Chapter pilot research projects. Willard C. Wichers Ethics Education Program - ethics education for social workers.
Programs of Special Focus
New York City Carroll Kowal Program – supports social issues, especially poverty and housing.
California Learning Springboard Endowment – supports school social work in San Francisco. Diana Ming Chan Scholarship Fund - for California bilingual MSW students
Please notify the following of my gift:
The NASW Foundation is a charitable organization, as defined by the IRS Code, 501(c)(3).
Contributions are tax deductible. Please make checks payable to NASW Foundation and
indicate the fund(s) to which you are contributing. Mail to: NASW Foundation, Executive Office,
750 First Street, NE, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20002-4241.