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we love our community

AAF North Alabama is committed to leveraging our organization's platform for meaningful public service, diversity initiatives, and community outreach.


Through pro bono projects and community service efforts, we aim to make a positive impact by supporting local causes and fostering inclusivity. By harnessing the collective talents and resources of our members, we strive to create lasting change and contribute to the betterment of our community. Together, we're dedicated to using our skills and expertise to make a difference where it matters most.


Manna House Donations

This year, at the American Advertising Awards, our chapter has partnered with the Manna House to collect lightly-used professional and work attire for the community members they serve. We are asking attendees to bring their donations to the event and continue to support Manna House as they work to improve the quality of life for those in need.

Manna House is a Huntsville-based 501(c)(3) organization that provides support for community members experiencing difficult situations.

Public Service Project 2024

The Public Service Committee is now accepting applications from non-profit organizations. If your local non-profit needs marketing assistance, please fill out the application by Wednesday, July 31. We will select the lucky non-profit on Wednesday, August 14.

Each year, the AAFNA Public Service Committee selects a local non-profit organization to help reach its marketing and advertising goals.


AAFNA members include marketing and advertising professionals from our area who are excited to share their talents with the community. The selected non-profit will receive marketing assistance such as logo development, ad design, media planning, copywriting, etc. 

Please be advised that although the time and talents of committee members are donated, AAFNA will not be responsible for costs related to scheduling advertising, ad spending, printing, or any other costs associated with the completion of the campaign. Furthermore, to be considered, your organization must have funds to implement the campaign within a reasonable amount of time after the campaign is completed. 


Questions may be directed to Alison Montebello, Public Service Chair.

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