Show Pride in the Profession with a Professional Social Worker Pin from the NASW Foundation

Apr 19, 2021

NASW Professional Social Worker Pins

The NASW Social Work Pin Program enables social workers to show pride and commitment to the profession at the same time they support our National Social Work NASW Professional Social Worker PinsPublic Education Campaign.  

The Social Work Pin Program is available to individuals who make a donation to the NASW Foundation, as well as to schools of social work that purchase professional social worker pins for graduating students.

Individuals who make a $25 to $49 contribution receive a silver-plated professional social worker pin. Those who contribute $50 or more receive a gold-plated pin. Gifts of $100 or more are recognized in NASW’s Social Work Advocates magazine. All donors are acknowledged on the NASW Foundation website.  Please follow this link to make a donation >>

Remember Graduates at Commencement with a Professional Social Worker Pin

It is that time of year to recognize graduating students at commencement with a silver-plated or gold-plated NASW Professional Social Worker Pin.Howard University Graduates 2015

Just $10 apiece for silver-plated pins and $25 for gold-plated pins for schools of social work bulk orders (five or more pins). The pin instills pride in the profession, distinguishes social work from other programs on campus, and builds loyalty to your school.

To place a bulk order for a school of social work, complete this form and return it to Faye Henderson: For questions, please call 202-336-8298 or visit our website

The NASW Foundation is a charitable organization as defined by the IRS Code, 501(c)(3). We appreciate your support! 

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