Jul 08, 2011
NAAFA’s going back to The Hill and we want to take with us messages from the kids who are being bullied the most. Fat kids have been left out of The Safe Schools Improvement Act of 2010!
May 27, 2011
NAAFA has slashed the price of their annual fund raising convention. For 72 hours only, save $79.00, the price of one room night at the Washington Dulles Westin.
May 24, 2011
NAAFA needs your help in changing the perceptions about fat children. Help with the printing of the NAAFA Child Advocacy Toolkit by donating today.
May 17, 2011
Weight and height are missing from the proposed Safe Schools Improvement Act 2010. Multiple studies indicate that fat children are the group being most bullied! Help change this act now before it becomes law.
May 16, 2011
NAAFA joins the United Nation’s efforts to advocate for diversity and inclusion by becoming part of the “Do One Thing for Diversity and Inclusion Campaign”.
May 15, 2011
Arkansas’ weight loss centered programs for children have failed. NAAFA offers an alternative in a new groundbreaking toolkit that will help parents, educators and caregivers understand how to help without doing harm.
May 10, 2011
NAAFA announces an addition to their Advisory Board, the prestigious Lily O'Hara, MPH, Section Head of Health Promotion at the Health Authority of Abu Dhabu, United Arab Emirates and Adjunct Lecturer at University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia.
Apr 21, 2011
NAAFA’s Child Advocacy Toolkitsm has been designed to create a paradigm shift in how we think about children’s health, to shift the focus from the war on childhood obesity to a health-centered focus embracing children of all sizes.
Apr 20, 2011
NAAFA is once again offering its HAES Scholarship to encourage further study across disciplines that incorporate Health At Every Size (HAES) tenets and principles and to support civil right efforts to end size discrimination and bias.
Apr 15, 2011
Encouraging student fashion designers to specialize in designing fashions for the plus-size body, NAAFA will be awarding their second annual $1000 scholarship to a currently enrolled design student.