The National Auctioneers Foundation is committed to the auction community.
Mission: The National Auctioneers Foundation provides funding to the National Auctioneers Association and to advance and enrich the auction community.
Vision: The National Auctioneers Foundation will be a permanent source of funding to support the National Auctioneers Association and/or the Auction Method of Marketing.
IN THE PAST 10 YEARS, THE FOUNDATION HAS AWARDED MORE THAN $1.4 MILLION TO THE NAA TO FUND PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS
National Auctioneers Museum
Housed within the NAA headquarters, the museum is open to all auction professionals as well as the public. The museum provides a permanent and secure archive for an extensive (and growing) collection of vintage photos, documents, auction videos, audio recording, and memorabilia. The museum not only preserves the rich history of the auction industry but also serves as an invaluable resource for industry information and research.
NAF administers and manages the scholarship funds for many NAA education programs, including:
- The Larry McCool Scholarship was established in 2006 and provides tuition assistance to qualified auctioneers to attend Course I of the Certified Auctioneers Institute.
- The Pat Massart Scholarship for Leaders was also established in 2006 and is awarded to recognize outstanding leadership of a CAI Course III student