Welcome to the NOFASD Ambassadors program, a community of individuals who share a passion for promoting and advocating for the National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (NOFASD). Our ambassadors come from all walks of life, but share a common goal of raising awareness about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and supporting affected individuals and families.
Our program features both International Ambassadors and Australian Ambassadors, each with their unique experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives on the issue. We are proud to have such a diverse and dedicated group of individuals involved in the program.
On the individual pages for our ambassadors, you can learn more about their stories and why they have chosen to be a part of the NOFASD community. Some of our ambassadors are parents or family members of individuals affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, while others have personal or professional connections to the issue. Regardless of their backgrounds, all of our ambassadors are committed to making a difference in the lives of those affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
We believe that the NOFASD Ambassadors program is a powerful way to inspire change and raise awareness about this important issue. By sharing their stories and experiences, our ambassadors help to break down stigmas and misconceptions surrounding fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and create a more supportive and inclusive community for affected individuals and their families.
Thank you for visiting our page and learning more about the NOFASD Ambassadors program. We hope that you feel inspired to join us in our mission to prevent fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and support those affected by this condition.
We have amazing support! NOFASD Australia is proud to have the support of dedicated and passionate International Ambassadors. These individuals share their experiences with other
We have amazing support! NOFASD Australia is proud to have the support of so many Australians who are making an impact in their communities. The