The NASW Foundation is committed to enriching the social work profession, honoring its history, and empowering social workers to be leaders in social policy and practice. We remember NASW’s rich history by supporting and promoting recognition and awards programs that pay homage to the longtime social workers in our profession who serve as our role models. We invest in the future of our profession by offering scholarship and fellowship programs for both young trailblazers, and older professionals striving to make their mark. Highlights of our efforts to serve the profession are outlined below.
Please visit NASW Foundation Scholarship, Fellowship and Recognition Award sections for in-depth information about these programs and their namesakes.
Virna Little, PsyD, LCSW-r, MBA, CCM, SAP, accepts the Knee/Wittman Oustanding Achievement Award at A Night At The Awards - A Night To Remember, at the NASW National Conference in Washington, D.C. on June 22, 2018.
In Episode 5, NASW Social Work Talks Podcast features the Director of the NASW Foundation, Bob Arnold. Tune in for a discussion about the Foundation's many educational, research, and charitable initiatives.