Established in 2005, the Hall of Fame was named for former U.S. Senator Tom Daschle and his wife Linda Hall Daschle as a tribute to their commitment and leadership in the fight to prevent alcohol-related birth defects, and their long-standing support of NOFAS.
The Hall of Fame serves as a spotlight honoring the heroes living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and the families, advocates and researchers devoted to preventing and treating the disorder. Periodically, a new hero will be permanently enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
If you would like to nominate an individual living with FASD or an advocate, family or family member, practitioner or researcher who has dedicated his/her time and resources to working with someone with FASD or has made significant contributions to the cause, please contact NOFAS. All nominations should include a 200-400 word description of the nominee(s), their contact information and photograph (JPEG, TIFF or other high-resolution digital image). NOFAS does not accept anonymous or self-nominations.