What is the National Speakers Association Foundation?

The National Speakers Association (NSA) Foundation serves to help those members and families of our NSA Community, as well as those in need in our larger global community. It is devoted to upholding the spirit of serving, sharing, and supporting embodied by our founder Cavett Robert, CSP, CPAE. The Foundation is able to act on behalf of our members to do something that comes naturally in the speaking profession – helping others.


 

Giving Back

How is the Foundation helping NSA members and the public?
Today, the Foundation serves members and the public through:

Art Berg Grants help non-profit organizations enhance communication through technology.

Disaster Relief Program provides NSA members immediate, short-term financial assistance when the unthinkable strikes.

Professional Speakers Benefit Fund provides grants to NSA members who are in need of financial assistance, relief, or general welfare due to unemployment, old age, disability, sickness, or catastrophic loss.

Scholarships assist qualified undergraduate or graduate college students.

 

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Does one of these scenarios apply to you or someone you know?

  • A health crisis is leading to financial disaster for yourself, your family, or someone you know in NSA who has been a member for at least three years.
  • You have suffered catastrophic losses due to a natural disaster.
  • You have a student or know of a student who needs help with college tuition.
  • You are part of a non-profit organization that is struggling to find the funds for technology issues.

Need more information?  Contact us at NSAFCares@NSAFoundation.org.