Partnering with non-profit organizations Nourish America and the National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL), Embria Health Sciences, Ankeny, IA, has kicked off the EpiCor Rural Senior Health Project, which will provide 4000 senior citizens in rural areas of Iowa and Idaho with 20,000 bottles of the immune-balancing supplement EpiCor.
What does NFWL stand for?
NFWL stands for National Foundation for Women Legislators (Washington, DC)
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We have 3 other meanings of NFWL in our Acronym Attic
- North Florida Workforce Development Board (Madison, FL)
- National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
- National Fish and Wildlife Fund (Washington, DC)
- National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame (Hayward, WI)
- Native Fish Work Group (Lake Mohave; Arizona and Nevada)
- Neutrino Factory Working Group (physics)
- Non-Freeze Wall Hydrant
- National Federation of Women's Institutes (UK)
- No Freaking Way in Hell (polite form)
- No Freaking Way in the World
- National Farm Worker Ministry (faith-based farm workers' organization)
- Northwest Florida Water Management District
- Nevada Fish and Wildlife Office (US FWS)
- New Forms of Work Organization
- Non-Factors Worthy of Discussion (US DoD)
- National Family Welfare Programme (India)
- North Fork Watershed Project (est. 2002; West Virginia)
- Novena for World Peace (Roman Catholic)
- NAVSEA Federal Women's Program Committee
- National Fish and Wildlife Refuge
Samples in periodicals archive:
That includes serving as a member of the Board of the National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL).
Copies of the video were sent in early September to NFL teams, the NFL League Office in New York, the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, the National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL), and other organizations, "It was shown during a Remembrance Breakfast at the NFWL's 67th Annual Conference in Phoenix, Ariz.
If this seems unusual, well it is and it isn't, according to Robin Read, president and CEO of the National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL).