NADFAS Facts

 

  • NADFAS is an arts education charity formed in 1968 by Patricia Fay OBE
  • NADFAS has over 360 Member Societies in the UK and Mainland Europe, all run by local volunteers
  • NADFAS has over 300 accredited Lecturers, with over 4,000 lecture titles between them. These experts deliver our Societies' lecture programmes.
  • NADFAS' quarterly magazine, the NADFAS Review reaches an audience of over 91,000 and has an ABC rating of 78845
  • NADFAS has 7 Societies in New Zealand and a ‘sister' organisation in Australia (ADFAS) with over 30 Societies.
  • NADFAS has 91,000 members all committed to and interested in the arts, heritage and conservation.
  • NADFAS has four volunteering arms; Church Recorders, Church Trails, Heritage Volunteers and Young Arts.
  • NADFAS volunteers work on a huge range of projects preserving the nation's artistic heritage for current and future generations.
  • NADFAS works with many other other organisations in the arts and heritage fields, including amongst others The National Trust, English Heritage and The Art Fund.
  • NADFAS gives a variety of grants to museums, galleries, arts and conservation projects involving arts for the young. In 2012 NADFAS gave £96,048 in grants to support the arts, heritage and conservation.